The scheduling of one of our most favorite veterinary meetings has been impacted by the pandemic. The North American Veterinary Community (NAVC) announced it will host its annual VMX: Veterinary Meeting & Expo June 5-9, 2021 instead of its previously scheduled dates of January 16-20. VMX 2021 will be live, in-person in Orlando at the Orange County Convention Center and anywhere virtually.
“VMX is an event that is at its best when the entire veterinary community can participate. While we have received a very positive response from our community, most of whom plan to attend our live event in Orlando, we have also heard from those who want to attend but cannot because of ongoing travel restrictions,” said NAVC CEO Gene O’Neill. “NAVC is committed to hosting an exceptional event. Taking into consideration all of the interests and perspectives of our community, we feel we can deliver that best when times allow for more in-person interaction and engagement.”
VMX is the veterinary industry’s largest and most comprehensive global conference where members of the veterinary community gather each year to learn from and engage with the world’s most renowned veterinary professionals, explore its award-winning expo hall and network with colleagues. Building on the NAVC’s groundbreaking VMX Virtual Expo Hall it introduced at VMX 2020 earlier this year, VMX 2021 will be a fully integrated hybrid event where participants can enjoy all that VMX offers wherever they are most comfortable — at home or live from Orlando.
About the NAVC
Founded in 1982 and headquartered in Orlando, Florida, with offices in Gainesville, Florida, the North American Veterinary Community (NAVC) is a non-profit organization providing world-class professional development to the global veterinary healthcare community. Its largest initiative, VMX, hosts thousands of veterinary professionals each year. Other offerings include VetFolio, an online CE platform in conjunction with LifeLearn Animal Health; the NAVC Institute; the Veterinary Innovation Council; NAVC Retriever, a veterinary recruitment platform and job search app; and its Media division, consisting of: Today’s Veterinary Business, Today’s Veterinary Nurse, Today’s Veterinary Practice, Veterinary Advantage, The Fountain Report and an online news and lifestyle channel, Spark! The NAVC’s Certifications division includes the Human-Animal Bond Certification, the Veterinary Business Leader Certification and the Pet Nutrition Coach Certification. Visit NAVC for more details.
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