BCD M&E strengthens life sciences team

BCD Meetings & Events has bolstered its life sciences team with the recruitment of a senior project manager and a project executive.

Rachael Thomas
Rachael Thomas

Michelle Pullen and Rachael Thomas join as senior project manager and project executive respectively. The appointments come as BCD Meetings & Events strengthens its market share and expands into new territories following various acquisitions.  

Pullen has a background in high profile congress management, having worked client side for Pfizer and Genzyme, as well as the medical communications agency, 7.4 Limited. Thomas joins with broad experience in the live event sector having worked at Evolution International and Grass Roots.  

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Commenting on the new appointments, Fay Sharpe, vice president BCD Meetings & Events, said: "Michelle and Rachael’s appointments mark an exciting time of expansion for us as we assert our authority in the Life Sciences sector. Their knowledge of the market coupled with a strong business pipeline means that we are set for additional new business wins and greater account penetration with our existing clients. These are exhilarating times as we step up onto the global platform with our parent company BCD Group."

 

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