Veterinary Telehealth Company Showcases New Platform for One of World’s Largest Angel Investment Groups

(November 29, 2021) – Access.Vet today announced that its veterinary telehealth platform was a finalist at the 2021 South Florida Harvard Business School Alumni Angels Association Pitch Competition. A Miami-based, veterinarian-designed telehealth platform empowering independent and large veterinary practices to provide remote and virtual care for clients and pets, Access.Vet competed against 25 other startups vying for funding from one of the world’s largest angel investment groups.

Especially timely in light of Covid-19, Access.Vet launched its free, cloud-based solution in June 2021 to veterinary hospitals and clinics across the country. Access.Vet’s remote care platform features integrated audio, video, text, payment gateway, ePrescription, seamless PMS integration and more on any PC, Laptop, tablet or mobile device.

“The 2021 South Florida Harvard Business School Angels (HBSAA) event was the ideal forum to demonstrate Access.Vet’s solution and the dynamic capabilities of our veterinary virtual care platform. We are excited to bring the future of cloud-based veterinary telehealth to our clients throughout the U.S.,” said Tom Link, President and CEO of Access.Vet. “It was an honor to present to this selected panel. Being named a finalist was high praise indeed. We look forward to the next HBSAA event.”

Following the event, Co-Founder Dr. Tony Kremer was available remotely to provide a detailed overview of the company and host one-on-one sessions with investors. “As a practicing veterinarian and hospital owner, I am pleased to be able to offer a broad range of veterinary clinical experience in a wide variety of veterinary care settings,” said Dr. Kremer.

“Dr. Kremer’s understands how telehealth and virtual care can improve pet clinics,” added Link. “His industry knowledge is invaluable to our customers, client practices, clinics and hospitals.”

About Harvard Business School Alumni Angels Association:

One of the largest angel networks in the world, the Harvard Business School Alumni Angels Association is an educational and networking forum for Harvard Alumni and other participants who are interested in researching and investing in early stage companies on an individual basis. HBSAA provides a unique opportunity to learn about angel investing, portfolio diversification, and mentorship for emerging businesses.

About Access.Vet

Our mission is to improve the bottom-line of Veterinary practices by eliminating the cost of telehealth technology and increasing revenue through a highly sophisticated technology platform that optimizes even the most successful practice to greater efficiency. Our platform is designed to not only meet the changing needs of today’s Veterinary practice, but also those of the Pet Parent. We know that exceptional pet care is the veterinarian’s focus, and we built a platform to help them exceed their clients’ expectations.

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Everard Singh