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Animal Health Marketers – Win a Night of London Luxury!

A free prize draw for animal health marketers has been announced by the Veterinary Marketing Association (VMA) ahead of its flagship Annual Awards. The competition is open to anyone*to enter before March 2nd. The winner will receive one night’s accommodation at the prestigious newly refurbished 5-star Royal Lancaster London Hotel, the venue for the Awards,…

‘Know Your Audience’ Veterinary Marketing Brand Strategy Workshop

The one-day insights and brand strategy workshop was designed to help marketers working in animal health get to  know their audiences better and create positive change behaviour for their brand. Hosted by the Veterinary Marketing Association (VMA) and leading healthcare communications agency, Pegasus, the course was split into two sessions – an introductory session and…

VMA House of Lords Debate

The Veterinary Marketing Association’s (VMA’s) prestigious House of Lords Debate was hosted this year by US veterinary management expert, Bash Halow BA, CVPM, LVT. Bash provided an inspirational and engaging lecture on learnings from changes in the US veterinary market which included audience debate on the application of these learnings to the rapidly changing UK…

Another glittering ceremony recognises marketing excellence at the VMA Annual Awards

Alexis Conran, magician, hustler and winner of Celebrity MasterChef 2016, hosted a glittering awards ceremony for over 300 animal health and veterinary industry guests at [last Friday’s] Veterinary Marketing Association (VMA) Annual Awards. Held at the newly refurbished 5-star Royal Lancaster London Hotel, guests were treated with a magic touch thanks to Alexis Conran’s hustling…

Young Marketer Receives Top Accolade at VMA Annual Awards

Anna Thomas, Agria Pet Insurance, has been awarded the coveted Veterinary Marketing Association Young Marketer of the Year Award. Announced at the VMA’s prestigious Annual awards event held in London on Friday 16th March 2017, a delighted Ms Thomas [pictured] said: ” I am absolutely thrilled to be here today and I am so happy…

Malcolm Bridges

The VMA has been saddened to learn of the loss of British Dairying editor, Malcolm Bridges, last month after a short illness.

5 Top Tips for Marketing Your Practice

No matter whether you’re adding marketing to your skill set at a ‘need to have’ level, or you’re a full-time in-house Marketing Manager, there are five core activities that should underpin everything that you do.


How can surveys engage an extremely time-poor target such as veterinary surgeons? Here are 5 tips on how to motivate vets to take part.