The World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) has unveiled a new corporate identity and launched a new website to enhance its ‘global community’ ethos.
The World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) has unveiled a new corporate identity and launched a new website.
The association – which represents 180,000 vets through 92 member associations globally – has designed the new branding and website to enhance the “global community” objective central to the WSAVA.
Commenting on the WSAVA’s new look, Siraya Chunekamrai, head of the association’s communications and a Bangkok-based vet, said: “WSAVA communications are challenging – and as we are spread around the world, come from diverse cultures and have differing levels of access to technology.
“With the development of our new website and corporate identity, we’re aiming to help generate a sense of ownership, support and mutual respect, while also making it easy for us to share knowledge and experience.
“Now, more than ever, the world needs a community of vets who are willing to work together to create a global voice which can help change the world for the better. That’s what the WSAVA aims to do and our new communications initiatives will help us achieve our goals,” she said.
The launch comes just ahead of the WSAVA FASAVA (Federation of Asian Small Animal Veterinary Associations) World Congress, which is due to take place in Auckland in March 2013. The congress’ scientific programme has been developed by Richard Jerram, an orthopaedic surgeon in New Zealand and diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons.
For more information, visit WSAVA’s website.