Posts Tagged: Veterinary Conferences
Tips to Make VMX a Success (for New Visitors and Veterans)
Since 2004, Beyond Indigo Pets has been a staple exhibitor at the Veterinary Meeting & Expo (VMX) in Orlando. Although many of our team members are pros at navigating the ins and outs of the convention, each year we have a newbie or two who experiences the event for the first time. We know first-hand how overwhelming the Orange County Convention Center can be your first time out, so we wanted to give you some tips to help you make the most of your time at VMX 2023.
Are you planning to attend the NAVC conference this year?
Beyond Indigo has some exciting topics for you to add to your session list! Join Beyond Indigo’s Marketing and Technology Consultant, Nancy Dewitz, as we discuss the roles of technology in your practice.
If you’ve been looking to get the upperhand on the role technology plays in your practice, be it on the client side or in the exam rooms, these sessions can help you gain a better understanding of the value technology holds in your practice and better equip you to plan for the future.
For many of us, early spring brings veterinary conferences to our schedules. Record attendance at NAVC 2016 proves that these events continue to provide valuable educational and networking opportunities, and there’s no doubt that the upcoming NAVC2017, WVC, and AAHA Nashville 2017 will do the same.
These events have definitely changed over the years. We have been attending conferences for well over 20 years, usually as a vendor or speaker, and can say with some degree of confidence that, at this point, we’ve probably seen it all.
We’ve watched as you all enter the exhibit hall the first day, wide-eyed and full of energy. We’ve seen how, as day 2 rolls around, the pace and energy begin to slow; and how, by day 3, you are barely dragging along… And heavens, by day 4! You have that glassy-eyed look about you that only comes from too much of a good thing.
Whether you are a first-timer to a veterinary conference or a seasoned pro, it never hurts to have a little insight when it comes to what lies ahead. With that in mind, I would like to offer a bit of my experience when it comes to surviving a veterinary conference.