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Paris, France



Health care

Presentation of the company

Created in 2008, Vetalia is active in the Veterinary sector. The company, managed by Samuel Bernard, has 4 employees and is based in Paris 1.

The company’s main activity is veterinary emergency consultations at home in Paris and surrounding areas.

The company works with individual customers (70% of the turnover) and 80 partner veterinary clinics (30%). These clinics connect Vetalia and their clients for urgent home consultations.

With around 5000 interventions per year, Vetalia is the second largest player in veterinary emergencies in Ile de France.

The staff consists of 3 veterinary partners and an executive assistant. In addition to its employees, the company also relies on 10 independent veterinarians to carry out the operations.

The company distinguishes itself from its competitors by the quality of its service, more competitive prices and the responsiveness of its teams.

Vetalia is a graded 4,5/5 on google for at home veterinaries and 4,7/5 on its facebook page.

Project Description

The company requests 84 000 € over 36 months with 3 months deferred repayment to finance recruitment of an operational director in charge of business development . This project will be realised in the next few months.

This project is a medium-term loan with a capital amortisation deferment and as such presents a different method of capital repayment than standard projects. The first 3 months, the lenders will only receive interest; the following 33 months, the lenders will receive interest and principal amortization. This principal repayment profile matches the borrower’s financing needs while allowing lenders to earn a higher amount of interest.

The amount offered on the platform is limited to 41 160€, which is in line with the regulatory limits.