Visitors to Zoetis’ stand at London Vet Show 2016 will discover how advances in technology will change the future practice of veterinary medicine.

Zoetis will be exhibiting at London Vet Show 2016 at ExCeL London. Image © ExCel London.
London Vet Show 2016 will be held at ExCeL London. Image © ExCeL London.

Under the theme “Think again and grow”, Zoetis will explain how advances in wearable technology and medicines are revolutionising customer interaction, patient outcomes, business growth and profitability.

Key therapy areas

Products in key therapy areas – including Sileo, Apoquel and Simparica – will be showcased alongside technology tools such as Pet Dialog and Horse Dialog.

The company’s VetSupport+ digital platform will be demonstrated on the stand for delegates to see how it can help build business and professional skills with purpose-designed clinical, marketing, business and education tools.

Keynote presentations

Expert speakers Nick Steele, Gemma Hopkins and David Bartram will make keynote presentations (2-3pm on 17 November and 11am-noon on 18 November) on connecting advanced medicine, leading edge technology and exceptional customer service and what this means for vet practices.

Companion animal business unit director Ned Flaxman said: “We opened our Centre for Digital Innovation last year and announced our vHive technology collaboration with the University of Surrey earlier this year, so London Vet Show is the perfect place to demonstrate how technology is revitalising our industry.

“Delegates will be able to see how information and intelligent analysis are driving unprecedented insight into health, behaviour and clinical outcomes.”

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