Entering the market


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

|Private operator MANVINDER SINGH believes success very much depends on three ingredients ­ experience, research and common sense.| The care home industry has changed enormously over the past 20 years. Without question, anybody seeking to enter the market today faces a much more complex prospect than a couple of decades ago. Transformed from an industry that, until the 1980s, was barely regulated at all, the care home market is now a highly-regulated and structured industry that requires a depth of understanding from those involved in it, whether they are a long-serving member or if entering it for the first time. Manvinder Singh, director of Hazelwood Care Ltd, entered the care home market very recently, having had no previous experience in this sector. He has however, had a very successful career in business development and so was well equipped to look objectively at the sector as a business prospect. Like many people who decide to venture into a start-up, Manvinder spent 17 years in international business





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