A Review of 2021: Millbrook Medical Conferences
2021 was another challenging year. As you would
expect, our industry has been impacted heavily by the pandemic and our team
have been working hard to recover, evolve and thrive over the last 20 months.
Despite the challenges, we had a great year!
Millbrook organised 24 conferences in total. Of those, 16 took place online, 5
were in-person only, and 3 were Hybrid taking place across Manchester,
Nottingham, Surrey, Cardiff and London. We were delighted to be able to hold
face-to-face conferences again after a year of online-only events. It was
fantastic to be able to catch up with familiar faces and enjoy the interaction
and benefits of in-person education once again.
Millbrook’s conferences received a total of 8,695
registrations from across the world in 2021. We reached China, the U.S.A, Saudi
Arabia, Portugal, Greece, Italy, Germany, Spain, Croatia, Romania, Argentina,
Chile, Brazil, India, Singapore, Japan, South Korea, and many more countries.
It makes us very proud to know that we have helped educate thousands of HCPs
across the world, allowing them to provide the very best care to their
patients. Ultimately, the provision of first-class medical saves lives and we
love being a small part in enabling this positive impact on society.
In addition, Millbrook were finalists in the ABPCO
Excellence Awards for our work in transforming an annual, multi-track, 3-day, face-to-face meeting into a highly successful digital meeting in 12 weeks. You can read
more about it here.
We also launched the Millbrook Hub, a single event
platform to showcase our virtual events. Allowing registered delegates to use
one link only to access all upcoming Millbrook e-conferences. In addition, the
Hub contains all the content from past e-conferences and webinars. Currently,
the Hub has a library of 19 conferences and over 90 hours of education
available to watch on-demand. Read more about the hub and gain access here.
Finally, our team grew by two, as we welcomed back
Tilly Broadbent as Conference Coordinator, who has worked with us in the past, and
we welcomed Chloe Tyler who joins us as Administration Assistant.
We wanted to share these milestones and statistics
with all the people that helped to make this happen. Whether you have been a
delegate at one of the conferences we have organised, a member of faculty, a
course director, or a sponsor, thank you for supporting us this year.
The last two years have taught us so much, we feel
ready for a new challenge in 2022 and we’re going to make this our best year