Veterinary Marketing Association

Who we are

The Veterinary Marketing Association is the representative body for professionals who make it their business to stay in touch with what’s happening in animal health marketing today, and to achieve excellence in their marketing of animal health products and services.

The VMA is a national non-profit membership organisation comprised of marketers from over 50 companies, dedicated to enabling VMA members to achieve marketing excellence by:

  • Increasing the standards in marketing through the provision of bespoke animal health marketing training
  • Bringing veterinary marketers together, providing networking opportunities
  • Recognition and celebration of marketing excellence


Membership is open to marketing professionals from within a wide range of organisations, or those with an interest in marketing, or responsibility as part of their role. Two categories of membership are available: individual or corporate. Members can access a range of benefits including discounted CPD, access to marketing resources and networking opportunities.

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About Veterinary Marketing

VMA Members are involved in the promotion of veterinary pharmaceuticals, animal feed, private and corporate veterinary practices and many other areas. They work as Marketing Directors, Product Managers, Veterinary Surgeons, and Advertising and PR Executives, to name but a few.

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