Global veterinary teleradiology, teleconsulting and education company, VetCT, has announced a minority investment from a family dedicated to supporting companies with a social purpose and a focus on quality.
Since Victoria Johnson founded the company 16 years ago, she and co-Director Julien Labruyère, both veterinary radiologists, have grown VetCT organically, reinvesting to drive its sizeable growth to over 280 team members around the world with a comprehensive suite of services to support the veterinary industry.
This investment of patient capital from a single family will advance the development of VetCT’s bespoke technology platform connecting veterinary teams to specialists, and boost the company’s capacity to provide its highly in-demand services to more clients and their animal patients around the world. It will also accelerate VetCT’s sustainability programme, continuously improving its environmental and social impact for good.
Victoria says, “We are delighted to have found the ideal partner and structure to support the next phase in VetCT’s journey. This is a unique company and we needed a special approach to safeguard our culture and values as we grow. It is vitally important for us to steward this company with the core value to always ‘do the right thing’ for our team, the veterinary industry, and the animals we serve. This has been the guiding beacon for every decision Julien and I have made for the business, and this funding is no exception.
"The family investing with us believes in our vision and values and has given us free rein and complete control to lead the company and pursue our mission to make the veterinary world a better place”.