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Medivet Partners With Veterinary Times To Bring Vet Show Live Stream Back To The London Vet Show

11 months ago
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14th November, 2019 10h57

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Medivet


Medivet is returning to the London Vet Show for the 11th consecutive year – joining forces with leading industry title Veterinary Times to bring the popular Vet Show Live Stream back to Europe’s premier event for veterinary professionals.

Medivet - exhibiting on stand G20 - is a platinum sponsor at the year’s event, which is being held at London’s Excel on 14th and 15th November. Vet Show Live Stream will allow delegates and social media followers across the world to follow the show’s news, key topics and talking points as they happen.

“Medivet is delighted to be partnering with Veterinary Times and the London Vet Show organisers CloserStill Media to bring back Vet Show Live Stream again,” said Medivet’s Chief Executive Officer Arnold Levy.

“Last year, we saw that Vet Show Live Stream became an essential platform for the industry to engage in key news from the show, as well as learn about interesting new cases and advancements from our colleagues and the vet community. We’re excited to be able to make this year’s live stream an equally indispensable part of the event experience.”

With its unique approach to partnership, the Medivet theme for the show is In Partnership With. One of the key focuses for the group at the show is the opportunity to engage with practices and practitioners who are open to becoming part of its ever-expanding community.

As Branch Partnership plays such a crucial role at Medivet, members of its senior team will be joined on the stand by a number of Branch Partners to talk about the partnership opportunities on offer. In a keynote speech on Day 1, Acquisition Director John Smithers will be sharing his insights on the partnership theme.

John Smithers commented: “We’re always interested in having conversations with like-minded practices and practitioners about becoming part of our community. We offer a number of routes into a partnership with Medivet and would welcome the opportunity to talk through the various options of joining our ambitious and ever-expanding group.”

Further information on Medivet partnerships can be found on the company’s website at https://www.medivet.co.uk/partnerships/


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