VMA of NYC Brings Exciting Content to New York Vet
NEW YORK, Aug. 17, 2023 -- New York Vet, the leading 2-day veterinary conference, is excited to announce its return to the vibrant city of New York at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center from November 8-9, 2023. The conference aims to deliver an unparalleled learning experience for veterinary professionals across the country.
New York Vet will offer a high-quality conference featuring four clinical tracks, a business/practice operations theater, a veterinary technician track, USDA certification modules, and sponsor-led innovation workshops. The Veterinary Medical Association of New York City will further enhance the conference by programming 12 sessions in the NYC Pavilion theater at New York Vet, covering various specialties such as Surgery, Opthamology, Cardiology, Radiology, Internal Med/GI, and Critical Care.
"We are delighted to continue our partnership with VMA of NYC," said Joseph Kowalsky, Event Director for New York Vet Show. "Their expertise and commitment to advancing veterinary medicine align perfectly with our goals for the conference. Together, we aim to deliver a truly enriching experience that will benefit all attendees."
The VMA of NYC, known for its commitment to the professional growth of its members and the advancement of veterinary medicine, is equally excited about the partnership. "Our collaboration with New York Vet allows us to further our mission of supporting veterinary professionals," said Tony Miele, DVM, President of VMA of NYC. "We're looking forward to providing high-quality educational content that is relevant, engaging, and most importantly, beneficial to our profession."
The NYC Pavilion, programmed by VMA of NYC will feature an array of respected speakers, including Daniel Spector, Becky Telle, Andrea Minella, Jonathan Goodwin, Jeanne Budgin, Michael Lora Michiels, Joseph Campbell, Sara Lefman, Daniel Lantz, Joel Weltman, and Pamala Schwartz.
In addition to the conference, VMA of NYC will host an Opening Night Pawty on November 8 at 8pm at a local venue (to be announced). This event will provide all New York Vet Show attendees an opportunity to relax, network, and celebrate the veterinary profession and will feature a live band and an open bar. The Pawty will be hosted by the VMA of NYC to benefit the NYSAVE foundation (nysave.org).
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ABOUT CLOSERSTILL MEDIA
CloserStill Media recently was awarded the Stickiest Show Floor designation for NY Vet from Trade Show Executive, honoring the best strategy for keeping attendees on the show floor. The online conference, Vet Show @ Home also was named Best Virtual-Hybrid Experience at the Trade Show News Network awards. CloserStill Media has built an exemplary reputation with a focused portfolio operating best-in-class events throughout Europe, the United States (U.S.), and Asia. The group, which has over 400 employees, delivers events across a range of dynamically growing industry verticals including corporate learning and HR, enterprise technologies, eCommerce, healthcare, and veterinary. CloserStill Media has experienced substantial growth since entering the U.S. market in 2017 through the launch of New York Vet (+ 2 regional shows), as well as the acquisition of LearningGuild (formerly FocusZone) in 2018 which established the group as the biggest provider of corporate learning and learning technology events in the US. CloserStill Media also acquired a majority investment in the Influence Group, which provides hosted leadership retreats for C-level executives. The Influence Group events continue to expand with 4 additional events being added to the portfolio through 2023. Most recently, in January, CloserStill Media announced a majority investment in CommerceNext, the leading U.S e-commerce conference, and community.
ABOUT VMA of NYC
The Veterinary Medical Association of New York City (VMA of NYC) is a professional organization dedicated to the advancement of veterinary medicine. The association provides a platform for veterinary professionals to share knowledge, explore new ideas, and work together to improve the veterinary field.