The Veterinary Marketing Association (VMA) has announced animal health recruitment specialist Noble Futures is to sponsor one of its 2015 awards.

The annual VMA Awards highlight veterinary marketing’s top-performing adverts and companies.

According to the VMA, the company – which also recruits for the equestrian and agricultural sectors – is sponsoring the association’s Campaign Marketing Award, where companies with a turnover of more than £12.5m are invited to showcase their 2014 marketing campaigns.

Awards event organiser and VMA vice-chairman Claire Edmunds said the award has two categories this year, enabling companies to showcase their campaigns “on a more level platform”.

“We believe this will make the judging process more straightforward and fair,” she said. “Noble Futures is our new sponsor for the category for companies with a turnover of more than £12.5m, with the second category for companies with a turnover of less than £12.5m sponsored by MJL Advertising.

“We believe campaigns in each category will be more comparative in terms of available budgets and campaign objectives.”

Tony Noble of Noble Futures said he is keen to encourage entries from the spectrum of companies that serve the animal health industry.

“As a recruitment company serving all areas relating to animal health, the award is a natural fit for us,” he said. “It’s great to have the opportunity to continue putting back into the industry.”

Deadline for entries for the awards is February 6. The winner will be announced at the VMA Awards on March 13 at the Lancaster London hotel.

Further information on the awards and ticket application forms are available at the VMA’s website. Alternatively, you can telephone 0844 561 6157.

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