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Disrupting The $4 billion Vet Industry
Welcome to another episode of 30 minutes with DailyStraits.com. Today, we have a very special guest with us, 31-year-old indigenous entrepreneur Morgan Coleman, the founder of Vets on Call, a tech disruptor to the $4 billion Australian veterinary industry.
Vets on Call is a full service veterinary provider using a custom built mobile app that delivers pet services into peoples homes.
After a less than a pleasing visit to the vet with his beloved dog Milky, Morgan realised the opportunity to create a better healthcare outcome for pets by delivering vet services in a more convenient and less stressful manner.
He sold his house and car and used the proceeds to fund the beginning of his business.
He then partnered with an accomplished vet Magda West and tech partners Nathan Sinnott and Rael Kuperholz.
To date, Vets on Call have amassed 5,500 clients in Melbourne alone and is on its way to expand into Brisbane and the rest of Australia thereafter.
Among the things that Coleman would be discussing in this podcast are the challenges he faced as an indigenous entrepreneur and what he did to overcome it.
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