Partnering meetings with American veterinary schools such as 3D Medivision and the University of Pennsylvania
[Financial News] 3D MediVision announced on the 11th that it participated in the "AVMA Convention 2022" and held partnering meetings with the University of Pennsylvania and other U.S. veterinary colleges.
The "AVMA Convention 2022" is an event organized by the American Veterinary Association, which consists of 100,000 veterinarian members, and more than 7,000 people attended, including industry experts, veterinary colleges, and global pet-related companies. In particular, various companies such as Beringer, Merck, Hills, and Idex, as well as Joetis, the world's No. 1 animal drug company, have prepared 300 booths.
3DMedivision, the only Korean company to attend, drew attention by introducing Vet-TV based on Veterflix, a 3D medical education video platform needed for veterinary schools in the United States.
Last year, as the global version of Veterflix obtained the AAVSV's approval for training education (RACE) for the first time in Korea, it was requested to partner with a number of U.S. veterinary colleges, including the University of Pennsylvania. In the future, follow-up meetings will be held to supply Vet-TV based on Veterflix.
RACE is a compulsory training course for renewal of U.S. veterinarian qualifications and is an essential course for approval of CE-CREDIT, which covers about 133. Currently, 3DMedivision is in the process of approving the eligibility to provide CE-CREDIT for all contents of Global Veterflix.
In addition, the discussion on partnering with online CE education companies to provide veterinary medical education content programs has been successfully completed.
"Through this event, we confirmed the actual demand for veterinary education platforms at many U.S. veterinary colleges and discussed partnering," a company official said. "We plan to expand global Veterflix's overseas market share through follow-up meetings."
"As domestic sales increase by producing high-quality 3D content based on VGTC, the largest in Asia and the first number of education and training centers in Korea, overseas sales are expected in the second half of this year," he said. "In addition, we will speed up preparations for listing on the KOSDAQ."
Source : https://www.fnnews.com/news/202208111042265946 (kr)