On March 26, medical device manufacturer InMode held a workshop at the Royal Society of Medicine in London, showcasing its recently launched microneedling device, called the Morpheus8.
More than 20 attendees, consisting of aesthetic practitioners and long-term clients, were greeted with refreshments on arrival, followed by an opening talk from InMode UK’s sales manager, Neil Wolfenden. Aesthetic practitioner Dr David Jack then delivered a presentation on the device, as well as performing two live demonstrations of the treatments. Guests were then provided with lunch, and the opportunity to ask Dr Jack further questions.
Wolfenden said, “We are finding that an increasing number of our customers regularly attend our workshops. New and long-term partners share techniques and learn from our highly esteemed speakers and team. We are delighted to receive such positive feedback from industry colleagues and are passionate about ensuring our workshops provide best in class value for attendees.”
At the end of the workshop, Wolfenden was surprised by colleague Adrian Myrick, inMode vice president of Europe and the Middle East, presenting him with a ‘Sales Achievement Award’ in recognition of his outstanding sales performance for 2018.
Wolfenden commented, “I’m overwhelmed and delighted to achieve this award. This is a team effort and would not have been possible without the dedication, devotion and hard work from my UK colleagues.”