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Building value into your practice from day one

Phillip Barker explains why it’s important to take time out from busy day-to-day practice to look at the bigger picture and ensure you are building value into your practice right from the beginning

By Phillip Barker at 24 May 2018
ASK ANNE: How do I know my broker is working hard to sell my practice?
If you have ever sold a property, you will be familiar with the feeling of limbo that sets in once the initial flurry of activity is over. You’ve made the decision to sell, you’ve had the valuations, selected the agent, agreed the valuation, signed terms, had the photos done, and it’s now ‘out there’…
By Anne Barker at 23 Apr 2018
Understanding the buyer's psychology
There’s more to selling a dental practice than most people think. Dean Barker of Mediestates explains why knowledge of the dental practice market and an understanding of the psychology of prospective buyers is crucial to achieving a successful sale
By Dean Barker at 19 Apr 2018
ASK ANNE: Start early and stay on track to hit next year’s UDA target
Got a business query, or need some advice from an expert? Anne Barker, CEO of MediHoldings a Henry Schein company, will answer them in her new monthly business advice column featured in The Probe magazine.
By Anne Barker at 03 Apr 2018
Trading One Family For Another
Becoming part of the Henry Schein family has given the Medi group of companies access to one of the largest networks of consultants and business experts in dentistry, says Anne Barker
By Anne Barker at 15 Mar 2018
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