AAZV Invites Exhibitors to Join us in Nashville
19 - 25 September, 2020 for the 52nd AAZV Annual Conference
Based in Yulee, Florida, AAZV is the professional association for individuals and institutions that apply the principles of comparative veterinary medicine to zoo and wildlife species. With over 1100 members, we work in clinical zoo medical practices, diagnostic laboratories, reproductive and pathological laboratories, pharmaceutical companies, and a wide range of governmental health and wildlife management agencies throughout the world.
The mission of the American Association of Zoo Veterinarians is to optimize the health, welfare, and conservation of zoo animals and wildlife through education, scientific study, collaboration and advocacy.
The Scientific Sessions
There are only a few veterinary conferences that focus on non-domestic animals to the degree and variety of information that the American Association of Zoo Veterinarians Scientific Sessions present. With its multidisciplinary focus, the education offered at the AAZV’s Annual Conference draws attendees from across the animal health care spectrum and from around the world.
The program is organized into many theme areas, ranging from clinical practice of zoo and wildlife medicine, nutrition, emerging diseases, pathology, and conservation health.
What brings more than 500 zoo animal and wildlife professionals to the scientific sessions?
- Nearly 200 of the top scientists and clinicians presenting the latest knowledge for the health and care of zoo animals and wildlife.
- Concurrent and General Sessions targeted at all audiences
- 30+ Posters in the Poster Session
- 24+ hours of Continuing Education provided by the American College of Zoological Medicine
- Intensive, interactive pre conference workshops
- Opportunities to mingle with colleagues, attend business meetings and participate in committee meetings
- Over 30 Exhibitors … why not you?
Why should I participate in this conference?
- Over 500 people attend the 4-1/2 day conference; attendance over 1000 in years with concurrent organizations
- More than 500 of the attendee’s job function involve some level of purchasing power at their institutions
- Industry sectors represented were zoos, aquariums, academia, government, private practices, wildlife centers, sanctuaries, and laboratories
- Veterinary Students and Veterinary Technicians make up the additional attendees at conference
- Sell products directly to veterinary professionals
- Conference breaks and continental breakfasts scheduled solely for attendees to visit the Exhibit Hall
- Attend any general session presentation during conference
- Preferred Registration is offered to returning companies
- Free one-time post-show attendee email list available to be sent within 6 weeks from conferences. The email should relate to the attendees visiting the Exhibit Hall
- Plan for the upcoming year. Exhibit Hall dates will be on Wednesday and Thursday, 23rd & 24th.
2019 Exhibitors can be found at this link on the AAZV.org website.
Click HERE for exhibitor rules & regulations plus the registration form
Julie Fazlollah, Exhibitor Coordinator (770) 993-2323 firstname.lastname@example.org
Robert Hilsenroth, DVM – Executive Director (904) 225-3275
Adine Nicholson – for Marketing & Sponsorships (904) 225-3275 anicholson@AAZV.org