Mark is a change agent in the veterinary industry with a proven track record in leadership development and business growth for over 28 years.
DVM TESTIMONIAL ABOUT MARK MIDDLETON
“Attending one of the Veterinary Education Network seminars demonstrated how strong an ally Mr. Mark Middleton is for the private practice veterinarian and practice owner.
I was impressed with the logical yet profitable business sense that he continually brings to our industry. The tips and advice given by Mr. Middleton and VEN are things that everyday practitioners can immediately incorporate into their practices to increase efficiency, client satisfaction, and the bottom line. It applies to all types of practices: small animal, equine, mixed, you name it. I wholeheartedly recommend the VEN workshops to veterinarians who own their own practices, who are buying into a practice, or who are interested in starting a practice. Go attend a VEN workshop. You won’t be disappointed.”
Jennifer C. Donofrio, DVM, MS
As the former Group President with DVM Resources (Animal Health International), one of the leading distributors of animal health products, he and his team were instrumental in growing privately owned animal health company with 300million in annual revenue, to a public company with revenues over 775million.
He has used his unique leadership and motivational skills to build many successful teams that have produced exceptional results and relationships. He has an in-depth understanding of the business side of veterinary medicine. He now speaks to veterinarians challenging their thought processes so they can rethink and develop business strategies to become more successful.
He has been named Distributor of the Year, Division of the Year, and Group of the Year. In addition, he has won numerous industry awards for exceptional sales and growth throughout his career. He served 4 years on the Board of Managers for Southwest Veterinary Symposium. He speaks with Academia, speaks with Industry leaders and is known for his provocative approach to the business of veterinary medicine as well as the Animal Health Industry as a hole.
He is a graduate from Texas Tech as well as the SMU Cox School of Business Leadership program. He has traveled extensively speaking to numerous veterinary medical associations around the country. He will challenge you and the industry to think differently about how you message, market and where you generate profit.