Veterinary Marketing Association

The VMA is a non-profit membership organisation dedicated to enabling its members to achieve marketing excellence within animal health by:

Connecting professionals across all aspects of this diverse and dynamic industry segment in order to enhance their knowledge, representation and career aspirations.

Improving the standard of marketing through the provision of bespoke animal health marketing training and CPD

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

Young Marketer of the Year

Congratulations to our YMOTY finalists and the winner – more details

WINNER

Anna Thomas – Agria Pet Insurance

HIGHLY COMMENDED

Hamzah Malik – VBD

FINALIST

Matt Yarnall – Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health

VMA News and Views

The Animal Welfare Foundation

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Malcolm Bridges

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5 Top Tips for Marketing Your Practice

December 6, 2017 / 0 Comments

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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.

Find out more about Veterinary Marketing here

There’s no typical path to a career in Veterinary Marketing, but you can find out more here

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