BIVDA Press Releases

21May

BIVDA Unveils New Website

The British In Vitro Diagnostics Association (BIVDA) has today unveiled its new website including a move to a new domain, www.bivda.org.uk.

Following feedback to our 2017 Members’ Survey, BIVDA took the decision to redesign the website which at five years old, was no longer meeting the needs of our membership. The new site contains a number of new features including integration with Eventbrite and our Customer Relationship Management system, allowing members to book themselves on to working party meetings and see the availability of our meeting rooms.

The structure and content of the website has also changed to make it more dynamic, interactive and intuitive for members, clinicians and stakeholders alike to use.

Commenting on the launch, BIVDA’s Chief Executive, Doris-Ann Williams MBE said:

“The launch of the new website is a direct result of our members’ feedback. As a trade association, it is vital that we listen to our membership and deliver the most helpful, engaging and useful experience possible."

“Similarly, as the voice of the IVD industry, it is also key that our website is accessible to clinicians, members of the public and decision-makers. We are confident that the new layout will ensure every visitor is able to access relevant and topical content of interest to them, while the new Members’ Portal should improve the experience for our industry colleagues."

“Moving to the new domain, bivda.org.uk seemed a natural step and is a better fit for our organisation. I would like to thank the BIVDA Executive Board and Secretariat for their hard work in developing the site and I would encourage as many of you as possible to get exploring!”

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