An information leader
What if you could go to one online location and find thousands of manufacturer documents and practice tools — from product detailers, sales sheets and white papers to videos, brochures and dosing charts? Pretty neat, right?
Today’s Veterinary Business has all that and more in our new Resource Library. Check it out at www.VeterinaryResourceLibrary.com.
The key advantages and dosing options for Zoetis’ Dexdomitor? A client brochure for Nutramax’s Dasuquin? The latest SoundByte for Boehringer Ingelheim’s Metacam? We have it all. And access is free!
Nearly 30 manufacturers can be found in the Resource Library, and we will continue to add companies, their products and their tailor-made support materials. I encourage you to visit, browse and download PDFs or watch educational videos.
What else is new at Today’s Veterinary Business? I’m excited to report that the journal you are reading now was named Best New Magazine by the Florida Magazine Association. (Our publisher, the North American Veterinary Community, is headquartered in Orlando.)
Besides winning a Charlie Award in the trade/technical category, Today’s Veterinary Business took second place with our website, www.TodaysVeterinaryBusiness.com.
NAVC Media, which includes this magazine, earned 13 awards overall. Also honored were the NAVC marketing department, our two peer-reviewed journals — Today’s Veterinary Practice and Today’s Veterinary Nurse — the distributor magazine Veterinary Advantage and the Spark online video news channel (www.NAVC.com/spark).
The success of Today’s Veterinary Business starts with our columnists, each an expert in multiple areas of veterinary practice, and continues to our other contributors — veterinarians, certified veterinary practice managers, veterinary nurses, industry veterans and professional freelance writers — who are able to turn sometimes complex topics into easy-to-digest articles with ready-to-implement action points.
And, of course, we couldn’t publish this magazine without our loyal readers. We thank you, too.
Ken Niedziela, editor