Another accolade for Hallmark


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

Hallmark Healthcare has been named private company of the year in the East of England business awards. The Billericay-based company, which operates 23 care homes, has also been awarded ‘first-class’ status by the Best Companies initiative this year.  In 2006, it appeared in the 100 Sunday Times Best Companies to Work For. Avnish Goyal is managing director of Hallmark Healthcare and is currently leading the team on a £300m investment drive to establish the company as one of the biggest long-term care providers in the UK. “Our expansion plans involve developing a greater presence in the South East so this win couldn’t have come at a more important time,” said Mr Goyal. “Currently, we have 12 sites across the country earmarked for development. We hope this award shows our commitment to this corner of the country.” Hallmark’s win will guarantee the company a place in the final of the 2007 National Business Awards.





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