I’m the Event Manager for the International Forum and am responsible for the logistics, management and delivery of the Forum.
I joined the BMJ in 2009 and Copenhagen will be my 12th International Forum. I work closely with the venue, our suppliers and the teams on-site to ensure everything runs as smoothly as possible and am usually found behind the scenes problem-solving.
I’m looking forward to Copenhagen being the biggest International Forum ever and overcoming the challenges an event of this size brings. Jeg ser frem til at se dig i København!
I’m Kyle Rolph and I am the conference producer for the International Forum in Copenhagen. My role is to work closely with our audience, speakers, International and Host Country Programme Advisory committees to create an exciting and relevant programme for the event. I joined the BMJ in 2012, and this will be my 6th International Forum.
This year, I’m looking forward to delivering a programme filled with opportunities for interaction and discussion, as well as some brand new elements such as our patient and nurse hackathons, and deep dive into population health.
Head of Events
I’ve worked at the BMJ for nine years, supporting the team from the strategy to the delivery and working closely with our partners and supporters.
Although I’ll be on maternity leave for Copenhagen 2020, I look forward to watching online and hearing all about the fantastic networking and programme initiatives the planning team has in store for delegates this year!
Head of Events (Maternity Cover)
I will be covering Holly’s role as Head of Events from March 2020. I worked with the team in 2014/2015, supporting the growth and development of the International Forum in Europe and the launch of the International Forum Asia.
I look forward to meeting former and new contacts on these very special events and helping the team deliver a great experience for delegates, partners, sponsors and exhibitors.
Manager, Strategic Partnerships & Alliances
I work closely with our Partners and supporters ensuring that they and their colleagues find International Forum a fulfilling, valuable (and fun!) event.
In Copenhagen, I am looking forward to meeting new attendees, seeing many familiar faces and developing more relationships for future events
Associate Marketing Manager, Events
I’m the marketing lead for the International Forum and I’ve been at BMJ for over eight years.
My first International Forum was in London, back in 2013, but the first one I actually worked on was in Paris the following year. I lead on all marketing, from our communications and website to producing the event guide that I hope you will be browsing through in Copenhagen!
It’s always very special taking the International Forum to a new location, or returning to one after a long absence, and what I look forward to in Copenhagen is the energy that over 1,000 Danish attendees will bring to the conference.
Head of Sponsorship
I joined the BMJ six months ago as the Head of Sponsorship. Managing the commercial relationships at the Forum, my main role is to ensure that the BMJ expands its sponsorship portfolio: working with clients closely to fulfill their sales and marketing objectives, including content creation, brand awareness, facilitate meetings and thought leadership sessions.
This will be my first European Forum, so I’m hotly anticipating seeing the event in action! Most of all, I’m looking forward to meeting the sponsors and exhibitors onsite and supporting their onsite goals.
Event Sales Manager
I joined the BMJ two years ago as Event Sales Manager, responsible for managing commercial revenue delivery on the Forum portfolio of events. My main role is to drive sponsorship and exhibition sales revenues across all our Forums.
At our Copenhagen Forum, I am looking to ensure that all our sponsors and exhibitors have a great experience and hopefully come back to London the following year!
Sponsorship & Exhibition Marketing Manager
I work collaboratively across our sales and events team to help bring together our sponsors, exhibitors and advertisers to help influence and connect with healthcare professionals. I’ve been working at BMJ for 19 years, and I ‘ve had the pleasure to attend many of our fantastic events. I have met many delegates and participants from all over the world, heard some inspiring keynotes and seen first-hand the amazing work achieved at ground level in hospitals with improving patient experience and outcomes. In Copenhagen I’m looking forward to experience and practice ‘hygge’. Tak!
I’m Ruby and I have been with BMJ Events for two years. I’m the go-to person for all things exhibition and sponsorship related to all of our events in the portfolio. If you can’t see me roaming around the exhibition hall throughout the day assisting exhibitors with various queries such as helping them find extra furniture or power sockets then you will most likely find me hunting for coffee!
This is my first time in Denmark and I’m looking forward to learning more about the Danish ‘hygge’ culture to bring home to London into my everyday life.
Senior Event Coordinator
I’ve been working at the BMJ for five years, working on various conferences such as Masterclasses, Leaders in Healthcare, Medical Investigative Journalism and Editors Retreat. In 2018, I progressed to managing the International Forum in the APAC region, leading on the Forum in Melbourne, Taipei and soon to be Sydney!
This year, I will be managing the ‘Call for posters’ at the Copenhagen Forum. This will involve liaising with all presenters, managing the poster stage and handling queries. Please pop by and say hello!
I’m looking forward to returning to Copenhagen as it’s such a beautiful city! It will be exciting to see how we add some ‘local flavour’ to various elements at the Forum.
I’ve been at the BMJ for almost two years, working across multiple events in the BMJ’s portfolio.
This year, I’ll be managing registration for the Copenhagen Forum, which involves responding to attendees’ queries, lots of prep and managing the registration desk and information points that you’ll see onsite. I’m also heavily involved in making this event the most environmentally friendly and sustainable Forum yet!
Apart from the beautiful location, I’m really excited to meet and speak to lots of people who I wouldn’t usually speak to face-to-face on a day to day basis; it’s what I really look forward to at the International Forum’s and I get the chance to do that at the registration desk.
I am Mark Lenner, working for the BMJ as an Events Assistant for the last five months. In this time I have gained experience in numerous flagship events such as BMJ Live and Leaders in Healthcare.
This will be my very first International Forum so I am rather excited to be a part of it. My main role at the event is room checking and speaker management.
I’ve been the BMJ Events Conference Producer for the last three years, having joined BMJ from a background in adult learning and education.
I work closely with our expert advisory committees and speakers to design engaging programmes for our diverse audience in the Asia Pacific region.
I’m excited to hear the new and cutting edge content from across the globe delivered in Copenhagen, and I look forward to meeting the delegates and speakers joining us there.
Senior Event Coordinator
I joined BMJ four years ago and, in that time, have been lucky enough to travel around Europe and the Asia Pacific to work at previous International Forums.
This year, I’ll be heading up the new International Forum in India, but will also be in Copenhagen to support the team. I am really looking forward to the Copenhagen Forum, as I admire the Danish way of life which values simplicity, politeness, equality, and warmth. Oh, and kanelsnegle!
I’m Sophie and I joined the BMJ in January 2020 as a Marketing Executive. I support the team in meeting its objectives by implementing effective, multi-channel marketing campaigns.
This will be my first International Forum on Quality and Safety in Healthcare and I am looking forward to traveling to Copenhagen and supporting the team.
I’m Molly and I’ve been with the BMJ for the past five months as an Events Assistant. In the short time I’ve been here I have had the opportunity to work on multiple events such as BMJ Live and Leaders in Healthcare. While I’m not at the BMJ, I am busy studying for my post-graduate degree!
Although I will not be attending the International Forum in Copenhagen, I will be supporting my team back in our London office.