At GreyGreen, we come to work every day because we aim to produce the best quality in the World. Since we started we have strived to be different (after all, why start a business to be just as good as what is already out there?). Taking four times longer than the industry standard to research our market, we spend time getting to know our audience: what they know, what they need to know and who they want to learn from and connect with.
We cannot produce amazing events without an amazing team, and we are fortunate to have found a group of brilliant people to work with, all of whom are passionate about their work.
In the past six years, our events have earned the reputation of being amongst the best in the industry, and regularly sell-out.
Meet the team
Tony started his career working in animal virology, before moving into business initially in sales and marketing and most recently in operations and strategy. An MBA graduate, he has a wealth of experience in helping companies achieve their goals.
Jason graduated from the University of Manchester with a BSc in Genetics. He has worked as a conference producer for two main-stream conference companies, creating highly successful events.
Sam has worked in sales both in the events industry and transport logistics. He brings a wealth of experience to the team and works with our commercial partners to create packages that compliment our event programmes.
Chris attended the University of Birmingham, studying BSc Biological Sciences, graduating in 2016. Chris then worked in the quality assurance lab at Becton Dickinson before moving to GreyGreen in 2018. Chris works as part of our DTx, Virtual-First Care, Digital Biomarkers and Maternal Care portfolio.
Bethany studied BSc Biochemistry at the University of Southampton, before moving to London to complete a Master’s in Prenatal Genetics and Fetal Medicine at UCL, graduating in 2019. Bethany works as part of our Food as Medicine, AI in Pharma, and Future of Mental Healthcare series.
Alice studied an integrated masters in Biochemistry at the University of Oxford, graduating in 2020. After graduating during the pandemic, Alice started tutoring online, then transitioned into teaching in a school for a year before moving to London to start working at Grey Green. Alice produces the Food as Medicine Summit, Digital Biomarkers and Digital Measurements Summit, and the Future of Mental Healthcare series.
Pejmun studied BSc Biotechnology at the University of Nottingham, before leading on to specialise in Microbial Biotechnology for his Masters. Pejmun now leads the production of our DTx Series, covering DTx East, DTx West, DTx Asia and DTx Europe.
Kate studied Medical Sciences Bsc at the University of Leeds, graduating in 2021. Kate is the Producer of the Virtual-First Care Summit Series and the Future of Maternal Care Summit Series.
Emma studied BSc Human Biosciences at the University of Exeter before graduating in 2022. Emma works as part of our AI in Pharma and Reimagining Primary Care series at GreyGreen.
Emma graduated in 2022 from Queen Mary University of London with a Bsc in Biology. Soon after, Emma embarked on her career as a producer at GreyGreen to work on events, including Next Generation Undruggable.
Eleanor studied BSc Biology at the University of Bristol, before gaining a 120-hour TESOL certification and volunteering as an English teacher in Thailand. She then moved to London and started her current position at GreyGreen as a Conference Production Executive, working as part of multiple events including Evidence-Based Digital Health in Pharma.
Get in touch
Working in amazing historical offices (once the home of the poet Keats), and close to London Bridge, we are a team of hard-working and passionate people, who also know how to enjoy what we do.
We are a fast growing business and are always keen to talk to talented people who want to be part of our success. Please email email@example.com if you are interested in joining us.