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Showcasing achievement and success in the UK and European healthcare, biotech, pharmaceutical and life sciences sectors

The European Mediscience Awards is now in its 20th year, having been held every year since inception in 2002*. The event is the largest annual gathering of private and publicly quoted healthcare, biotech and life sciences companies in Europe. Bringing together the best of European mediscience companies to celebrate achievement and recognise success, it is the must-attend event for anybody working in this sector. 

Each year sees the attendance of over 500 quoted and private UK and European life sciences companies and their corporate advisers, analysts, fund managers, commentators and peers. The event is sold out from one year to the next.

The European Mediscience Awards 2022 will take place on Thursday 16 June at the Hotel InterContinental, London,W1.

*with the exception of 2020 when we were unable to hold a live event due to COVID-19, but instead held a successful digital campaign.  

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Awards

covering the period 1 April 2021 to 31 March 2022

Nominations open w/c 21 March 2022  

Key dates

Click on each award to view more information

BEST COMMUNICATION AWARD

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BREAKTHROUGH OF THE YEAR AWARD

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BEST TECHNOLOGY AWARD

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THE EMERGING STAR AWARD

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MEDISCIENCE COMMENTATOR OF THE YEAR AWARD

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CAPITAL MARKET TRANSACTION OF THE YEAR AWARD

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MOST SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTION TO THE MEDISCIENCE SECTOR AWARD

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BEST NEWCOMER AWARD

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CHIEF EXECUTIVE OF THE YEAR AWARD

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COMPANY OF THE YEAR AWARD

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Voting panel

The Voting Panel will meet to discuss this year's nominations on Thursday 5 May 2022.

Members of the full 2022 Voting Panel will be announced on this page in due course.

Click below to see judges from past events.

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The 2019 Voting Panel

The event


Sponsorship

Sponsorship opportunities sometimes become available, including sponsorship of an individual award, sponsorship of the official drinks reception or sponsorship of the menu. Sponsorship opportunities are, by their very nature, limited. Costs and availability on request.


Hosting a table

Reservations are available for tables of ten people. Numbers are strictly limited and reservations are taken on a first come, first served basis.


Advertising

Advertising in the brochure is welcomed and enables your key messages to reach a highly targeted audience. The event brochure is available on the night and contains details of the names of all attendees, in alphabetical and table order. Thus it is widely used as a corporate finance reference guide for up to a year after the event.


Bespoke sponsorship opportunities

We offer a range of bespoke sponsorship packages, tailor made to suit your marketing objectives and budget. Further information on request.


Key details for guests

Date

Thursday 16 June 2022

Venue

Ballroom, Hotel InterContinental
One Hamilton Place
Park Lane
London W1J 7QY

Start time

6.30 p.m.   – Drinks reception 
7.30 p.m.   – Dinner 
9.15 p.m.   – Awards 
9.45 p.m.   – After-dinner entertainment 
12.30 a.m. – Carriages 

Dress code

Black Tie

Charity collection

A charity collection will be taken up during the course of the evening. Further details to follow.

Location

Accommodation

Hotel InterContinental

Exclusive rates for bedrooms may be available for guests attending the event and further information will be available in due course.

Latest media

Charity

The European Mediscience Awards 2021 is proud to announce its support of the charities BCCS and Kidney Research UK.

A charity collection was held at the event and the total amount raised, which was split equally between these, two charities was:

£5,324


bccs provides highly professional and well‑supported Social Workers and Counsellors to help children and young people who are in need.

bccs works in the East End of London and Essex with children, young people and their families and schools to help them overcome emotional difficulties, behavioural problems and their root causes. The prime focus of the work is to provide an early intervention service to enable them to address difficulties that may be impeding their educational, social and emotional development.

bccs.org.uk
@bccs_charity

Worldwide, around one in 10 people has chronic kidney disease, for which there is no cure. Here in the UK, 20 people develop kidney failure each day, and around 70,000 are reliant on dialysis or a transplant to stay alive. Over the past decade some progress has been made in treating kidney disease, but not nearly enough, with successive generations experiencing the same life-limiting health problems and inadequate treatments. 

As the largest kidney research charity in the UK, nothing is going to stop us in our urgent mission to end kidney disease. We’re here to be heard, to make a difference, to change the future. 

https://kidneyresearchuk.org