About usVeterinary Insights specialises in adding value to data in the animal health industries – providing customers with data services, software development and support
Alex runs the company from offices in Handcross, and oversees all the activities at Veterinary Insights in the UK and France. Benchmarking and data has been a “thing” of his since the days before laptops.
Alex has been with the company since 2002, and spent 5 years based at the French office, before returning to the UK, to set up the British offices, and has stayed here since.
Away from work, life at home is noisy and hectic. Something to do with having three sons…..
Graduating from the University of Sussex in 2017 with a History BA Hons I moved into Financial Services Project Work with Deloitte. There I enjoyed a multitude of roles giving me experience in the handling of financial and customer driven data.
Despite being new to Veterinary Insights I have enjoyed the challenges and new working culture, enabling both growth and freedom.
Away from work you can often find me at the gym, out exploring with my dog and camera or at the Emirates Stadium watching Arsenal.
Julia is one of our data coders. A former nurse, she helps us with our data information processing, where we transform the raw data from vet practices into the information needed for our Animalytics service.
Away from work she has two grown up daughters and a son, and two crazy dogs!
Philippa has been writing blogs for Veterinary Insights for over a year and has now joined the business (in February 2019) on a permanent basis to help in the marketing and sales teams. Outside the office, Pip has a passion for growing cut flowers and floristry and dabbles in a bit of Yoga. At home, she has two teenagers and two equally demanding cats.
Licking, chewing and sleeping are not activities that would normally be considered appropriate for the work place. But Boris is our office dog and we do forgive him for his odd annoying habit! Boris is very good at telling you when you’ve been on the phone for too long, and will insist on being taken for a walk every couple of hours – which means that he’s actually very good at re-affirming an appropriate work – life balance in the office.