The Vet Expo 2022

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Vet Expo 2022

It’s been a long journey over several years, to bring The VET Expo to fruition, and the wait is almost over. The VET Expo was designed from the ground up as a fun, new, festival style exhibition where the entire veterinary, animal health and pet care worlds unite for 2-days of learning, networking, discovering and exploring new products & services. 

After having to shift the original launch in 2020 to a virtual event, The VET Expo is now ready to debut in-person at the International Convention Centre Sydney on 26 & 27 October 2022. 

Meet the major industry players

Over two days, The VET Expo unites 2,000+ industry buyers such as veterinarians, veterinary specialists, veterinary nurses, animal technologists and technicians, practice managers and owners, government, associations, pet product retailers, start-ups and innovators and connects them with over 100 leading industry suppliers who showcase new technology, products and services. 

Market leading solution providers in the veterinary and pet care world are on the Expo floor, ready to help you evaluate new solutions to improve your practice and answer any burning questions. Our list of renowned Sponsors that you can meet include Dechra Pharmaceuticals, Greencross Pet Wellness Company, DOG by Dr Lisa, ADM, PAW by Blackmores, Humm Group, Heska, iM3 Veterinary Dental, Troy Animal Healthcare, Medechat, Therian and Lincoln Institute.

Over 50 hours of curated content

The VET Expo also features a world class conference with 15 conference tracks focusing on key veterinary themes including animal health, animal welfare, practice management, disease management, behaviour, vet nursing, small animals & pets, large animals & livestock, wildlife, equine, anaesthesia, dermatitis, dentistry, technology, diagnostics, treatment & medication. 

The VET Expo agenda is packed with over 150 industry experts who are delivering insightful and inspiring presentations and panel discussions about the current issues facing vets and animal health professionals. 

You won’t want to miss the keynote plenary sessions that are opening the conference each day. Here’s a few highlights:

  • Dr Kersti Seksel, Specialist Behavioural Medicine, Sydney Animal Behaviour Service, will speak in-depth on the interaction between humans and felines.
  • Dr Angela Frimberger, Director & Consultant, Vets for Climate Action, is exploring climate science from a veterinary perspective, helping you understand how the climate impacts animals. 
  • Suzy Green, Clinical and Coaching Psychologist and Founder, The Positivity Institute, discusses applying the science of wellbeing to veterinary work. 
  • Kim Filmer, Chief Animal Welfare Officer, Department of Primary Industries, will be covering animal welfare – who is who in the zoo?. 

If you are looking for new ways to continue your professional development, then attending The VET Expo will earn you a Certificate of Attendance counting towards PD in all registered states. 

It’s time to reconnect

But there’s more to The VET Expo than learning and doing business, the Expo is the perfect place to catch up with old peers, have a memorable time with your colleagues and form new connections with people across the industry. 

After wrapping up on Day 1, we’ll be taking networking to a whole new level with a Boat Cruise party touring Sydney Harbour. There’s never been a more important time to reconnect and network, so what better way to mingle than with drinks and amazing views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House?

Registrations are open now! We’re thrilled to offer VET Practice Magazine readers an exclusive 70% off discount! Use code VETPRAC70 at checkout to secure an in-person delegate ticket at only $105 for a delegate ticket + entry to the Boat Cruise. 

Register now to join 2,000+ veterinarians and animal health professionals at the ICC Sydney in October! Visit thevetexpo.com to find out more information.

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