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New logo for BEVA

New logo for BEVA

BEVA has introduced a neat new logo to better reflect the Association’s place in the digital age. The clean-lined style of the new brand stamp gives a strong contemporary identity to match BEVA’s consistent presence across all media platforms. 

BEVA President Jon Pycock said: “The new logo should bring a clear BEVA hallmark to all that we do to serve and lead the equine veterinary community: Over the past decade we have grown our digital platforms, providing online access to our two leading journals, introducing our digital only memberships and running the successful hashtag campaigns #ilovebeinganequinevet #dont breakyourvet. 

“We have been at the forefront of equestrian news with our work to relax restrictions on flunixin and this year we are introducing a new online learning platform. The new BEVA logo is much better suited to our digital spaces and I think really brings BEVA into the digital age.” 

David Mountford, Chief Executive of BEVA continued: “The design of the new logo was a democratic process. We now have a highly distinctive and consistent identity so that all BEVA communications can be clearly spotted across all platforms.” 

The BEVA Trust logo has also been given a makeover to match the Association’s new look. 

For further information visit www.beva.org.uk

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