Ohio Veterinary Practice Transition Planning Seminar
The Grand Event Center, Columbus, OH
Saturday, April 30, 2022
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Location: 820 Goodale Boulevard, Grandview Heights, OH, 43212
This event is for veterinarians who are 0-8 years away from a transition.
In this course, you will learn about the legal, financial, logistical, and emotional aspects of transitioning out of your full-time veterinary practice. Our team of experts will lecture and conduct Q&A sessions on the following topics:
- What to expect: The sequence of a veterinary practice transition
- How to maximize the value of your practice now
- When is the best time to sell?
- The importance of Purchase Price Allocation
- Legal pitfalls and how to avoid them
- How to help your buyer get financing
- Real estate issues that must be addressed
The seminar fee is being offered for free – paid by sponsors – for a limited time! Reserve your spot today.
Includes 6 hours of instruction, lunch, and course materials for you and your spouse. Parking is free and available on-site.
We encourage all attendees to bring their spouses.
- 8:30 Check-in
- 9:00 Seminar begins
- 12:00 Lunch
- 3:00 Questions and wrap-up
Corey Young, MBA, CVA, ABI, Omni Practice Group – Dr. Corey Young joined Omni Practice Group to provide his knowledge and expertise of practice ownership and leads the Omni Practice Group in Ohio. Corey is a licensed Ohio real estate agent specializing in commercial transactions, has a DDS from The Ohio State University and owned and operated a dental practice for 18 years in Galion, Ohio and has an MBA in entrepreneurship and small business management from William Howard Taft University where he did advanced training in both business valuation and commercial real estate. Corey is an Accredited Business Intermediary, a member of the Institute of Business Appraisers, and is a member of the American Business Brokers Association.
Rod Johnston, MBA, CMA, Owner and Principal Broker, Omni Practice Group – Rod has a vast amount of knowledge, experience, and education in all aspects of business and real estate that provide an incredible value to every medical practice. He has managed, owned, partnered, and consulted with numerous practices throughout the Northwest over the past decade. All have benefited from Rod’s experience in staff management, accounting, marketing, and practice management. Prior to Omni, Rod spent 15 years as Director of Treasury and also Director of Accounting for AT&T Wireless. Rod is a licensed commercial broker and specializes in commercial real estate. He has an MBA from Seattle University, is a Certified Management Accounting, and is a member of the Institute of Business Appraisers and the National Association of Practice Brokers.
Thomas Ehrnfelt, Attorney, Waldheger Coyne – Tom joined Waldheger Coyne in 2011. He graduated from the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law in 2011 and received his B.A. degree in 2007 from Baldwin-Wallace College. Tom’s practice focuses on business counseling, civil litigation/dispute resolution, and contract law. He also has experience representing individuals and business clients on a broad range of matters, including health law, real estate transactions, intellectual property issues, commercial and residential leases, and employment-related issues. He is a member of the West Shore, Cleveland Metropolitan, Ohio and American Bar Associations.
TESTIMONIALS from previous attendees:
“I was very reluctant to give up a Saturday to travel to attend the seminar. It was VERY worthwhile. I am glad I attended. START PLANNING!”
“Worth your time and money. Very informative. You will realize just how much you may not know about selling your practice and, therefore, how valuable the information is.”
“Excellent seminar with eye-opening examples. A must if you are considering selling your practice.”
“I enjoyed the opportunity to gather more information about the practice valuation and selling process.”