The Veterinary Marketing Association (VMA) is calling for nominations for the VMA Young Marketer Bursary Award 2016.

VMA Young Marketer 2016
Submissions are being sought for the VMA Young Marketer Bursary Award 2016.

With sponsorship from British Dairying magazine and supported by the VMA, the successful candidate will receive a £2,000 bursary for their ongoing marketing training and development, as well as a personal prize of £500 in cash.

Two finalists will also each receive £100.

Deadline for entries

Candidates must be 34 years old or younger on 17 March 2017 and/or have been in marketing for less than five years. They must have been working in the animal health industry for 12 months prior to 17 March and be working in the industry on this date.

Submissions must arrive at VMA no later than 5pm on 31 January.

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