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Note this next event is free of charge for any MedComms freelancers – or for anyone who is wanting to learn more about working as a MedComms freelancer. Spaces are limited to a maximum of 30.


If you have any questions about registration please contact Peter Llewellyn by email on

Making a success of freelancing in MedComms – 27 September 2017, London

Venue: Radisson Blu Portman Hotel, 22 Portman Square, London W1H 7BG

Timing: Register from 10.30 to start at 11.00, a working lunch is included and we wrap up at 15.30 with tea  and cakes. If you don’t need to rush away then please stay as long as you like for informal drinks and further networking opportunities.

On 27 September we will hold our next unique workshop for MedComms freelancers. Anyone who provides freelance services in MedComms is welcome to join us, whether your services are medical writing, editing, proof reading, account management, publications management, design and production, multimedia direction, strategic counsel and so on.

If you are currently thinking about starting work as a freelancer then please also join us. The event will answer a lot of your questions.

These biannual workshops (see details of previous events here) are aimed at helping you maximise the opportunity for your business through education and networking. Share your experiences with other freelancers and embrace the opportunity to learn from each other.

The outline programme for this event will be updated below as the details become clear, but, as always, the discussions will range far and wide.


10.30 Registration and refreshments

11.00 Introductions led by Peter Llewellyn, NetworkPharma

11.30 Session 1:

13.00 Networking Lunch

14.00 Session 2:

15.30 Tea, coffee, cakes and networking

We look forward to seeing you there.


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