PACP membership has grown

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

Established a year ago, the PACP group of professional advisers to the care sector now has more than 30 member businesses. PACP spokesman Giles Gillingham the group existed to give care providers a ready and reliable means of identifying professional advisers, each with specialist knowledge and experience of the care sector. “Finding a suitable adviser can be something of a lottery – not any more,” said Mr Gillingham. “With PACP members ranging from banks, lawyers, accountants and architects to financial advisers, insurance brokers and care consultants, care providers need look no further than PACP.” At its inaugural members meeting in late February, PACP members overwhelmingly supported plans to develop PACP and benefits for care providers. Visitors to PACP’s website – – will find a direct link to each specialist and free guidance on a range of subjects.

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