Elanco Animal Health will be hosting a social media support café at BSAVA Congress.

Freeimages/Luis Valin.
Image: © Freeimages/Luis Valin.

Located on stand 411, the café will offer delegates the opportunity to question social media guru Linn Adams on how best to use social media to drive engagement between veterinary practices and their clients, and encourage client footfall direct to the veterinary practice.

It will also provide veterinary professionals with the opportunity to learn more about Elanco’s #PetMagicMoments social campaign.

The campaign is building an online community of pet owners, vets and veterinary nurses who all share a love of pets and the magic moments they bring to their lives.

It is aiming to inform pet owners about the need to keep themselves and their family healthy by regularly worming their pets, encouraging them to come to your practice for pet worming advice.

Elanco will be offering Milbemax customers 30-minute one-to-one slots between 9am and 5pm on 8 April.

To book a slot, email elancoCAH.uk@elanco.com quoting “social media café” or book on the stand.

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