We have very exciting news indeed.
As you know, we have created a truly exciting Timetable for This Is Us 2020 – a celebration of veterinary nursing and we asked The Webinar Vet to work with us to deliver the production via their Zoom platforms.
In order to create a seamless production for this interactive weekend of celebration, last month we tendered for production Partners and are very pleased to announce that The Webinar Vet are producing the event with us .
With so many events being taken online, we've worked really hard to produce a plethora of fantastic keynote speakers, including Dr Jane Goodall and Claire Lomas MBE plus a Timetable of activities to keep the audience of veterinary nurses and veterinary professionals engaged and active, such as belly dancing, yoga and exercise!
This celebration will be attended by literally thousands of BVNA members who will be invited to attend for free, as well as delegates from the wider veterinary community both in the UK and Internationally.
Our President, Jo Hinde says
“The BVNA This Is Us celebration is a new and exciting online event for us and as such, we needed to partner with a company that not only had an excellent reputation for running online events but also, one that understands our vision and meets our ethical standards. We are delighted to be working with The Webinar Vet and have every confidence that our virtual celebration will exceed all expectations. “
Anthony Chadwick, CEO at The Webinar Vet says
"I'm thrilled to be working with BVNA. I've been fortunate to work with some fabulous VNs in my career including a previous BVNA president. I remember as a school boy that VNs were a very rare breed and the profession has become so much stronger as the veterinary nurse profession has grown. I'm really looking forward to BVNA This Is Us event! Definitely no rain will fall unlike at Telford!"
We look forward to taking part in this extra-ordinary celebration along with all our members and guests.
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