Small Animal, Dentistry and Behaviour Conference 2019 – Exhibition & Sponsorship Registration

Exhibition and Sponsorship bookings are now. Please contact the Conference Secretariat, Stephanie McGuinness on 02 9431 5056 or email if you have any questions.  
About the Conference
This year we're bringing the Australian Small Animal Veterinarians Annual Conference (ASAV) to The Star Gold Coast from 13-16 August, headlined by over 10 international and local speakers in small animal, dental and behavioural veterinary medicine.
Anticipated to attract over 300 veterinary professionals all under one roof, this year 'It's all in the head' and will focus on ocular disease diagnosis and medical and surgical management, and all things neurologic including the diagnosis, management and treatment of inflammatory CNS disease, epilepsy, canine and feline brain tumours, head trauma and spinal and neuromuscular diseases plus dentistry and behaviour topics.
It will also feature a stand-out exhibition where you can feature your products, services and of course, your brand to key decision makers and consumers in the veterinary profession.
Even more opportunities to connect  with your audience
We've listened to the feedback and we are providing you with more opportunities to connect with your audience and establish meaningful relationships to promote your brand and generate sales.
This year at The Star Gold Coast, our exhibition will have a more intimate feel and atmosphere, delegates will enjoy the convenience of accommodation at the venue, meaning more of your target audience will be on-site and in closer proximity to the conference. We'€ve also especially designed nightly social events bringing you key opportunities to connect with your customers in a more casual and relaxed setting where you can network one-on-one.
Helping your brand achieve success is top of mind so what better way to build your brand awareness among small animal veterinary professionals than at this year's ASAV Annual Conference.

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