Care Show attracts 1700 visitors

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

Healthcare professionals filled the halls of the Bournemouth International Centre for the two-day Care Show event to see the latest equipment and facilities for care homes in the south. Visitor numbers were up by eight per cent on last year’s event held in the coastal town, with a reported attendance of 1700. One hundred and forty-four care sector suppliers from across the UK attended the Care Show and event organiser, CMP Medica, received positive feedback. Matthew Timoney of radio nurse call systems supplier, Courtney Thorne, said: “The Care Show has once again been absolutely fantastic and we’ve been very busy, gaining many excellent leads from the event.” Stuart La-Ffin of GLP, a major specialist property and business advisor for the healthcare sector, described the event as the most important show for private healthcare professionals to attend. “It’s also great for suppliers who get to meet with a large number of visitors with purchasing power,” said Mr La-Ffin. “We are increasingly worki

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