The Veterinary Marketing Association (VMA) is asking anyone involved in marketing in the animal health industry to complete a short survey for the chance to win £200 of Amazon vouchers.

VMAThe survey forms part of the new VMA initiative of compiling an annual “state of the nation” report on marketing within the sector.

All welcome

The VMA welcomes anyone involved in marketing to complete the survey, including anyone working in practice, pharmaceutical companies, associated agencies or service providers.

If your role involves any form of marketing, the VMA wants to hear from you.

The online survey takes approximately 15 minutes and the VMA is looking for as many diverse views as possible from people across the animal health sector.

Confidential

In accordance with standard market research practices, identities will remain strictly confidential. The survey is supported by CM Research, specialists in veterinary market research.

Interested parties can complete the survey online.

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