New research suggest that it could take until 2023 for the US economy to recover from the impact of the COVID-19 coronavirus crisis, according to a new report from consultancy McKinsey & Company. As supply chains around the world are disrupted, the report warns that we haven’t seen the worst of the impact yet.
The industries hardest hit by COVID-19 at this point seem to be airlines, travel and insurance, and those, experts predict, may have an even slower recovery.
These uncertain times leaves us with some questions about the pet care industry. How can veterinary clinics and pet care service providers survive the new normal? What decisions should veterinary and pet business owners make to protect themselves?
On today’s show, Dr. Jen and Dr. Jason talk with Paul Gazaleh, a Certified Public Accountant who’s also Accredited in Business Valuation about what the future holds for our profession and how we can survive the new normal.
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