MWI Animal Health presents Victoria Ansell ' Inventory Management Specialist
Victoria Ansell from MWI Animal Health is speaking at this year’s London Vet Show about Inventory Management in the Business Theatre.
Session Title: Pharmacy and Supply; A business within your Business
Location: Business Theatre
Date & Time: Thursday 14th November 11:50 – 12:40
The average veterinary practice loses 30% of their annual spend with their current wholesaler through poor inventory management. In this session we will identify common challenges practices face with stock control and learn practical techniques that you can take away to immediately implement within your business to increase profitability, improve efficacy and create agility.
Effective inventory management is critical to the success of any practice because pharmacy and supply is the first or second largest expense to any practice next to the cost of labour, it is a major source of revenue and not to mention vital to the well-being of your patients.
In this presentation Victoria will be discussing common issues with stock control and introducing effective, practical techniques that can be taken away and implemented in your practice to improve efficacy, create agility and increase profitability.
Victoria is an Inventory Management Specialist at MWI Animal Health, she works with many practices across the country providing bespoke solutions which have proven to increase profitability and efficiency. Victoria believes that effective inventory management is critical to the success of any practice, not only does this optimise profits but also time and efficiency which is valuable in any practice, big or small.
Victoria has worked in both small and large animal practices across the South West and has over 10 years’ experience working as a veterinary nurse. During her time in practice she was promoted to head nurse, part of her role was to oversee the pharmacy, to monitor the traceability, shelf life and quantity of stock held. Victoria has experienced a lot of the frustrations heard in practices when it comes to stock control and is pleased to be working with them to help eliminate these common issues.