Women in Finance Breakfast, London

LIFE London

08:00 - 09:30 02 April 2019


For any enquiries, please contact events@lifelebanon.com

This event is by invitation and for women only!


Dear LIFE Ladies,

As part of our global initiative for women, we would like to invite you to our

Women in Finance Breakfast  

with guest speaker Nadine Hachach-Haram
Co-founder of Proximie, Medallist of the Order of the British Empire
Nadine will share her experience in setting up Proximie and overcoming entrepreneurial setbacks

on Tuesday 2nd April 2019
at 8am

at Le Petit Salon Privé, Balthazar
4-6 Russell St, Covent Garden, London WC2B 5HZ

We would be delighted if you are able to come so kindly book online to confirm your attendance (you need to log-in using your LIFE credentials). Regrets by return of email.

Kindly note that this event is generously hosted by Maya A.Z. Rodriguez and is by invitation only with limited places.

Looking forward to seeing you all!

About Nadine:
Nadine Haram is a lecturer and NHS clinical entrepreneur. She was named in the Queen’s birthday honours list for her innovative work within the field of surgery and medicine.
In 2015, Nadine co-founded Proximie, an augmented reality platform that allows doctors to virtually transport themselves into any clinical setting to interact in a live situation regardless of geographical location. This was after she saw firsthand, during her NHS surgical practice and ongoing charity work, how the patient demand for healthcare is outstripping the number of doctors available to deliver care, resulting in some patients experiencing difficulties in accessing the care they need.
Proximie has enjoyed significant success, improving the patient experience by allowing people to have their treatment locally without the need to travel to a specialist centre and cutting down on patient transfers between hospital sites. It has been adopted by a number of NHS hospitals and by healthcare and education providers across the USA, Europe, Middle East and Asia. It has also won multiple awards for its innovation, including the Royal Society of Medicine Innovation and eHealth award and the Best Augmented Reality Industry Technology award at London Tech Week.
Nadine recently outlined her vision of the future of surgery at TedWomen 2017, which has received over one million views, and is regularly invited to speak around the world to share her innovative ideas.
She also undertakes a number of roles to help advance surgery, including council member of the Royal College of Surgeons Future of Surgery Commission, council member of the British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS) Innovation UK and council member of the Royal Society of Medicine plastic surgery section.
Nadine lives in London with her husband and three children. She was born in San Diego, California, to Lebanese parents and moved to Beirut in her teens, before coming to London to undertake her university education and train as a doctor.