New venue allows CareExpo to grow

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

On June 15-16 the Sandown Park exhibition venue will open its doors to the long term care sector for the UK¹s biggest and most prestigious dedicated event for care home operators. The 2004 exhibition and conference is the fourth staging of CareExpo, but the first to take place in Surrey after three years in Birmingham. Exhibition sales director Peter Wedderburn told Caring Times that the move to the new venue had enabled the exhibition to grow. “We completely filled the Birmingham site in 2003,” Mr Wedderburn said. “We have already placed more stands than last year and will undoubtedly be the biggest dedicated national exhibition for the sector. CareExpo is purely aimed at meeting the needs of busy professional managers and owners of care homes and homecare operations. It will enable these key sector decision makers to view the complete range of products and services they need to run efficient modern facilities under one roof.” CareExpo is not just an exhibition. Healthcare sector specialists and conference

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