Future Science Group - an independent publisher of breakthrough medical, biotechnological and scientific research – asked The Business Narrative to curate the programme and event manage its inaugural conference, 3dMedLIVE: 3D Printing in Surgery.
The two-day conference took place at One America Square, London, with around 200 surgeons, healthcare practitioners, biomedical engineers and radiologists in attendance to learn about bringing 3D printing into surgery planning.
Leveraging our expertise in the health sector, The Business Narrative worked closely with the client to develop a brief, research and shape the programme content, recruiting 30+ international speakers, ranging from surgeons, biomedical engineers, medical physicists, 3D printing specialists, finance, information and innovation professionals in the NHS, product managers, academics regulatory and legal experts.
The keynote panel included Richard Kerr, Chair of the Royal College of Surgeons Commission on the Future of Surgery; Professor Lorna Marson, Past-President, British Transplantation Society, and Adrian Sugar, Chair, Centre for Applied Reconstructive Technologies in Surgery. Amy Alexander, Senior Biomedical Engineer from the flagship Mayo Clinic in the USA gave an international keynote sharing decades of experience.
The Business Narrative team curated the programme content, recruiting the advisory board and speakers, advised on event marketing, sales and sponsorship, as well as managing the venue, AV and technical suppliers, catering, event logistics and speaker management. The team also advised on the chairs’ script, prepared the Future Science Group team to staff the event on the day, created the event running order and show-called the event ensuring it ran to time, handling any challenges.
The inaugural live event was a huge success with scientific discussions, sessions and feedback on leading the way in innovation in 3D Printing in surgery, with planning for next year’s event already underway.