Western Veterinary Conference CEO David Little talks about the WVCrsquos growth strategy what the organizers are doing to stay ahead of the audiencersquos changing learning needs and the new programs itrsquos launching to reach those who canrsquot make it to the annual conference coming back in February 2015 to Mandalay Bay Western Veterinary Conference

Western Veterinary Conference CEO David Little talks about the WVC’s growth strategy, what the organizers are doing to stay ahead of the audience’s changing learning needs, and the new programs it’s launching to reach those who can’t make it to the annual conference, coming back in February 2015 to Mandalay Bay.

Inside the Biodome: Planning the Western Veterinary Conference’s Future

This year, almost 15,000 veterinary professionals swarmed the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas for one of the nation’s oldest vet conferences. But that’s just the start of WVC’s efforts to reach—and teach—its audience.

Western Veterinary Conference CEO David Little

When asked what it’s like to hold a five-day conference for close to 15,000 veterinary professionals under one roof—even as admitt

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