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 market.
The lecture was followed by drinks and lunch in the Cholmondeley Room and Terrace at the House of Lords and provided a fantastic networking opportunity.
As always the event was well attended and generated some very positive feedback including:
“Having not attended the VMA House of Lords event for a couple of years, I decided to go this year when I saw the topic was “What the UK can learn from changes in the US veterinary market”. I hadn’t previously met the presenter – Bash Halow – and I thought he was a very engaging speaker. The talk wasn’t held at the House of Lords but the venue was great and only a short walk away. Lord Sandy Trees was the perfect host; the event was rounded off with great networking opportunities and a delicious lunch.”
Jo Woods, Managing Director, Veterinary Business Development Ltd
“The VMA House of Lords event was interesting and informative at an amazing venue. The speaker was a real character and involved the audience well. Networking at the House of lords over lunch was a real treat for everyone involved.”
Sharon Oliver, Senior Account Director, Pegasus.