[News Release] Canadian Virtual Veterinary Symposium to Take Place on Sep 29-30 & Oct 1, 2022, with vFairs As Event Technology Provider

CommuniVET™ will bring together veterinarians and animal health technologists from across Canada to pursue their scientific continuing education and develop their business management skills.

 

Quebec, Canada – The Canadian Virtual Veterinary Symposium (CVVS) will take place on the 29th and 30th of September, and the 1st of October, 2022. This event is targeted at Canadian veterinarians and animal health technologists to pursue their scientific continuing education and develop their business management skills. Visitors can register and buy their tickets on the event website.If they register before July 15, 2022, they can avail reduced ticket rates.

This will be the 3rd edition of this event, and will include dedicated tracks for veterinarians and animal health technologists. In addition, it will have a business management training pre-symposium program, which visitors can register for. This will offer them continuing education opportunities, without having to leave their homes, and get the due credits. Apart from that, the symposium has a stellar lineup of Canadian and international speakers, with a variety of industry-specific sessions for the veterinary professionals working in a companion animal environment. These sessions will be available to view on demand for 30 days after the event, so visitors can view them at their own convenience.

Caroline Desforges, CommuniVET™ President stated, “We are truly excited to offer a third edition of the CVVS to Canadian veterinary professionals who recognize its unique benefits (i.e., CE credits, low registration fees, no travel or accommodation costs, etc.). Although in-person events are gradually returning, the CVVS remains as relevant as ever, having earned a well-deserved place in our “new post-pandemic normal.”

Muhammad Younas, CEO & Founder at vFairs, added, “Virtual events continue to remain relevant for a number of industries. This is because they offer more and more people opportunities like CommuniVET’s business management program and speaker sessions.”

The Canadian Virtual Veterinary Symposium is scheduled to take place from the 29th to the 30th of September, and the 1st of October, 2022. It is the perfect event for veterinarians and animal health technologists, who should register now to avail reduced ticket rates here.

About CommuniVET™

CommuniVET™ is the top bilingual veterinary community in Canada. It is a one-stop platform for animal health professionals, and offers a wide range of professional development opportunities. The platform also keeps the community updated, with news, interviews, events, and much more.

About vFairs 

vFairs is a virtual, hybrid & in-person events platform that helps organizations of all sizes, industries and regions conduct memorable online events to achieve real business results. The virtual platform and mobile app offers versatile features and customization options. They also offer exceptional customer support consistently rated #1 on third-party sites like G2 and Capterra. This is why top organizations around the world have chosen vFairs to host Virtual Conferences, Online Trade Shows, Job Fairs, Virtual Training & more.

 

[News Release] Canadian Virtual Veterinary Symposium to Take Place on Sep 29-30 & Oct 1, 2022, with vFairs As Event Technology Provider

Shanzay Asim Haider

Shanzay Asim Haider is a content writer with over 5 years of experience. She loves to learn and writes for vFairs because of the exciting potential of the virtual and hybrid event industry. Her hobbies include reading (of course), jigsaw puzzles, and playing overly convoluted board games.

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[News Release] Canadian Virtual Veterinary Symposium to Take Place on Sep 29-30 & Oct 1, 2022, with vFairs As Event Technology Provider

Shanzay Asim Haider

Shanzay Asim Haider is a content writer with over 5 years of experience. She loves to learn and writes for vFairs because of the exciting potential of the virtual and hybrid event industry. Her hobbies include reading (of course), jigsaw puzzles, and playing overly convoluted board games.
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