Join us, live and in-person for
The London Rare Disease Showcase!
The London Rare Disease Showcase aims to shed light on the latest innovations and advancements occurring in the field of rare diseases, with special emphasis on the vibrant rare disease landscape in the UK’s capital.
Through a series of captivating talks and presentations, experts and thought leaders from various disciplines will share their insights, experiences and success stories.
This highly anticipated event provides a unique opportunity for attendees to engage in meaningful discussions, exchange knowledge, and foster collaborations.
By bringing together diverse perspectives and expertise, we can accelerate progress and find innovative solutions to the challenges faced by the rare disease community. Whether you are a patient, caregiver, researcher, industry professional, or healthcare provider, your presence and participation are vital to driving positive change.
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Together, let us illuminate the path forward and create a brighter future for those affected by rare diseases.
Why attend the London Showcase?
At Beacon, we pride ourselves on delivering excellence. Our showcases connect the rare community to encourage cross-collaboration and innovation. Our team delivers high-quality, professional events that make everyone feel welcome and heard, so we can prompt meaningful discussion, reflection and action.
Did you know that The Rare Disease Showcase Series 2023 already began back in June with the outstanding Cambridge Rare Disease Showcase? It’s true! We saw over 70 rare disease leaders attend, making it our largest Cambridge Showcase to date! If you missed our annual networking evening in Cambridge, don’t miss our full-day conference in London!
The London Rare Disease Showcase is set to be bigger and better. Like its sister event, it too will be in person so delegates can connect and share ideas face to face.
Need more convincing?
Hear what our delegates had to say:
of attendees agreed that the showcase was worthwhile to attend
of attendees made meaningful new connections at the showcase
developed a greater sense of belonging to the rare disease community as a result of attending the showcase