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Two exhibitors voted winners at BEVA Congress 2022

Bova UK and Stallion AI Services were voted winners of the Improve Veterinary Practice Best Stand Awards by delegates at BEVA Congress 2022

Two outstanding exhibitors at this year’s British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA) Congress (7 to 10 September 2022) were given awards for their inspired use of stand space.

They were voted for by BEVA delegates in a competition sponsored by Improve Veterinary Practice. Delegates voted via the BEVA App, identifying exhibitors who showcased their brand with flair and imagination within an inviting environment.

Bova UK won the won the Improve Veterinary Practice Best Best Free Design Stand Award for their stylish use of space and their eco-friendly design which will be used at all the conferences they attend for the next 12 months at least.

Lizzie Barnard, marketing manager at Bova UK said: “It’s made our Congress to have won this award. We always put so much thought into our stand design and this year the overriding consensus from the team was to recognise our carbon footprint.

“We are proud to be using the same stand for the next year and are thrilled to have been acknowledged accordingly.”

Bova UK is a London-based specials manufacturer dedicated to broadening the treatment options for vets. The company is the first in the UK to have authorisation to manufacture sterile and non sterile products used in compliance with the cascade.

Stallion AI Services won the Improve Veterinary Practice Best Shell Scheme Stand Award for their colourful display and their highly sought after free sperm key rings!

Tullis Matson, owner and managing director of Stallion AI Services said: “We always enjoy competing for the BEVA Congress stand award!

“It’s always a hard-run contest – We last won in 2018 and are chuffed to have won again this year.”

Stallion AI Services, based in Shropshire, is a world class stallion facility specialising in AI services. Using the latest laboratory technology they provide a wide range of services including semen freezing and storage, fertility testing and fresh, chilled and frozen semen distribution.

Stallion AI also works very closely with the Rare Breed Survival Trust to help preserve the genes of rare equines.

BEVA is a world leading equine veterinary association and a highly regarded authority representing the industry at the highest level, running outstanding CPD and producing universally respected journals. The annual Congress is the largest equine veterinary conference in Europe.

The Awards were presented by BEVA President (outgoing) Huw Griffiths, Improve Veterinary Practice Editor Melissa Antieul and Improve Veterinary Practice Sales Manager Nic Catterall.

For further information visit the BEVA website.

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