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EP 8: Shawn Wilkie – Looking To A Tech Enabled Future

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Welcome to the veterinary Business Success show with me, Dr. Dave Nicol.

In each episode, we explore ideas and subjects that can be used to better manage your veterinary practice.

On today’s show, I’m joined by Shawn Wilkie to provide an entrepreneur’s perspective on the current state and future trends in technologies he thinks will impact the veterinary medicine space. In particular, we dive into the impact that Coronavirus has had on the industry.

Shawn is the CEO of Talkatoo, a dictation software helping time-poor vets get more control in their day. He is also the co-host of the Veterinary Innovations Podcast. In a post-covid world, one of the only things we know for sure is that everything is going to be different.

So it seemed like Shawn’s perspective as both a serial entrepreneur and someone who spends a lot of time talking to both the vets and innovators in our profession would be one worth hearing.

So join me in this conversation as we talk innovation, being effective and how we might harness technology in the ongoing fight to make things better.

Today’s show is brought to you by VetX international…

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