Sign-up now for Care Agenda 2014


Posted on October 28th, by geoff in Caring Times, Caring Times head. No Comments

Caring Times, November 2013

Care Agenda, the networking meeting for the care home sector, will take place on 6th February, 2014, at the Ettington Chase Hotel, Stratford upon Avon. This will be the eighth consecutive staging of the annual event, now organised solely by Caring Times.

Caring Times editor-in-chief Dr Richard Hawkins said the West Midlands venue had been carefully selcted to provide superb facilities and easy access.

“Senior managers of nursing and residential homes providing elderly care are invited to attend the meeting free of charge, while sector suppliers can attend as sponsors,” said Dr Hawkins.

“The event programme includes a Hot Topics Q&A session and networking opportunities, plus supplier-provider meetings, enabling face-to-face interaction between buyers and suppliers.”

Care Agenda is free to attend for care providers and provides an ideal opportunity to meet and discuss key issues. There is alo the opportunity to meet with top suppliers in the sector, whose sponsorship makes the event possible. Care Agenda is looking to sign-up further suppliers to be part of the event as sponsors, in return for which they will have the opportunity to meet face-to-face with decision-makers from major care home groups and growing providers.

  • For more details on becoming a supplier-sponsor of Care Agenda 2014, please contact Caroline Bowern: caroline@hawkerpublications. com Tel: 020 7720 2108 ext. 203. For information about attneding as a care provider, please contact Steve Knowles: steven@hawker publications.com Tel: 020 7720 2108 ext. 214.




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