Care Agenda attracts top names

Posted on November 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Care Agenda is attracting many of the top care providers and suppliers and once again looks set to be the major business forum for 2008, according to organisers Kingston Bridge Communications.

In addition to the now established and popular supplier/provider meetings, Care Agenda 2008, to be held on January 30-31 2008 at the Brandon Hall Hotel and Spa, has a much strengthened workshop and conference programme, with sessions chaired by Andrew Harrison and Jonathan Thompson of the Royal Bank of Scotland, Care Agenda’s headline sponsor.

A key meeting for senior care executives, the Care Agenda forum will take a practical look at the topic ‘How we can improve the image of residential care in the UK?’. This will feature a keynote presentation from Martin Green, chief executive of the English Community Care Association (ECCA), outlining the work ECCA has already undertaken and giving an overview of progress to date. Following the presentation, open discussion will offer opinion on the ECCA

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