Care agenda: major networking event gathers pace


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

The new Care Agenda summit meeting, taking place February 28-March 1 at the Marriot Forest of Arden Hotel, has attracted serious attention right across the sector, with the latest news being that the Royal Bank of Scotland has taken on the role of headline sponsor for the event, which now has fifteen sponsoring suppliers. Organiser Peter Wedderburn said the deal with RBS had given this first ever Care Agenda a significant boost.. “RBS is a major lender in the healthcare sector,” Mr Wedderburn told _Caring Times_. “We believe that not only will they benefit from the headline sponsorship role, but also their presence adds to the stature of the event overall.” Care Agenda will bring together one of the most select gatherings of senior executives from care providers seen in the UK, alongside many key main market suppliers. Delegates will spend two days at the Forest of Arden hotel with a focused editorial discussion programme, business meetings, a conference dinner and opportunities for informal discussions and u





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