Animal health: are you Brexit ready? Regional seminars from NOAH to help animal health professionals prepare

NOAH will be holding free seminars around the UK for animal health professionals including vets, SQPs, practice managers, buyers, wholesalers, distributors and retailers, who want to learn more about the potential impact a no-deal Brexit would have on veterinary medicines supply.

Many veterinary medicinal products are imported to the UK from the EU. In a 31 October no-deal scenario, this represents challenges for the whole supply chain.

The seminars are being run to help prepare for Brexit with a focus on supply and use of veterinary medicines and will help animal health professionals understand what is likely to change.

Seminars will be held in Birmingham on 21 October; Newport, South Wales on 22 October; Edinburgh on 24 October and Belfast on 25 October. Each seminar will run from 2pm to 4pm.

More details and to book here:

Book for Birmingham, 21 October 

Book for Newport, 22 October

Book for Edinburgh, 24 October

Book for Belfast, 25 October

Notes for Editors

  1. For more information please contact Grace O’Gorman or Alison Glennon at NOAH on 020 8367 3131 or see www.noah.co.uk

  2. NOAH represents the UK animal health industry. It promotes the benefits of safe, effective, quality products and services for the health and welfare of all animals.

  3. This activity is supported by a government grant that NOAH has won to support businesses through Brexit. Government grants have been awarded to 124 small and large business organisations to help companies get ready for Brexit.