Study by Plimsoll identifies an ‘elite resurgence’ of providers


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

A new study by industry analysts Plimsoll Publishing says 33 major corporate providers of long term care have established a strong hold on the market. Over the last four years these companies are said to have increased sales, boosted profits and increased staff numbers. Senior Plimsoll analyst David Pattison described the performance by the top corporates as an “elite resurgence”. “These 33 companies are setting themselves apart from the other major players, who look tired by comparison,” said Mr Pattison. “The big question is where do these major companies go next? We have established exactly where these companies are now and even provided a best plan for moving each of them forwards based on their current financial performance.” The Plimsoll study places each of the UK’s top 100 care providers into one of three business scenarios: # 33 companies, already in an excellent position, are primed for a period of growth. An expansion plan puts their future market share well beyond their current perfo





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