Entry to the 2016 Veterinary Marketing Association (VMA) marketing awards is set to close on Friday
(12 February).

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The 2016 VMA Marketing Awards will be held on 18 March at the Lancaster London Hotel.

These annual awards are an opportunity for the industry to demonstrate its skill and professionalism in marketing its products and services to the veterinary profession and beyond.

Show stopper

So, whether you had an eye-catching advert or a show-stopping exhibition stand, there’s still time to enter your work into one or more of the many categories that include:

  • veterinary, farm or consumer media
  • advertising or marketing campaigns
  • direct mail
  • detail aid
  • point of sale
  • practice marketing
  • digital
  • PR

How to enter

To be considered for the awards, each marketing campaign must have appeared in 2015 and abide by the VMA’s rules of entry. The deadline for entering is Friday 12 February.

For further details, including a full list of awards, visit the VMA website. Should you require additional help, or wish to discuss your submission, contact VMA secretary Colin George on 07845 141171, or email secretary@vma.org.uk.

The VMA Awards will be held on 18 March at the Lancaster London Hotel and will be hosted by journalist and TV presenter Kate Silverton.

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