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REPLAY : VetDigitalTraining MODULE#5 : La vente en ligne et votre établissement vétérinaire ? ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

La vente en ligne et votre établissement vétérinaire ?



• Des mutations en cours et vos clients sont prêts pour acheter en ligne leurs produits vétérinaires !

• Analyse du modèle françaisplus de 2000 établissements vétérinaires vendent déjà en ligne

• L’arrivée d’une offre en Belgique : éléments d’informations

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Comment en faire une réussite si je décide de me lancer?


Envie de vous lancer ou de former votre ASV pour vous aider ?


Envie de doper vos résultats ?

 

 

Regardez ce nouveau module mais aussi le MODULE #1 (comment se lancer?) le MODULE #2 (Google MyBusiness), le MODULE #3 (comment gérer votre réputation numérique) ainsi que le MODULE #4 (comment atteindre et engager votre communauté en ligne?)


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Grégory Santaner

Grégory Santaner graduated in veterinary medicine from Oniris (ENVN) in 1999, and also has a university diploma in Health Product Marketing (IAE Nantes).

In 2005, he founded and ran VetoNetwork (consulting and training), which supports veterinarians and animal health firms in their digital development.

After 15 years as a practicing canine vet and partner in a Normandy veterinary group, he is now manager partner of two veterinary establishments near Lorient named Anicoon.

In 2017, he co-founded Vet In Tech, the 1st animal health think tank. He is also author of the Practical Guide for Connected Vets, published in 2016 and the Practical Veterinary Guide, published in 2018: managing digital reputation, by Editions Medcom. Interests: development of uses for new technologies with special focus on Internet, social media, E-reputation, connected devices and artificial intelligence.  

Grégory Santaner

Grégory Santaner graduated in veterinary medicine from Oniris (ENVN) in 1999, and also has a university diploma in Health Product Marketing (IAE Nantes).

In 2005, he founded and ran VetoNetwork (consulting and training), which supports veterinarians and animal health firms in their digital development.

After 15 years as a practicing canine vet and partner in a Normandy veterinary group, he is now manager partner of two veterinary establishments near Lorient named Anicoon.

In 2017, he co-founded Vet In Tech, the 1st animal health think tank. He is also author of the Practical Guide for Connected Vets, published in 2016 and the Practical Veterinary Guide, published in 2018: managing digital reputation, by Editions Medcom. Interests: development of uses for new technologies with special focus on Internet, social media, E-reputation, connected devices and artificial intelligence.  

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