Care Agenda Summit confirmed for February 2007

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

The second Care Agenda Summit meeting for senior executives in the long term care sector has been confirmed for 2007. Organisers Kingston Bridge Communications have moved the event to the Brandon Hall Hotel & Spa, based just outside of Coventry, to run over two days on February 27-28. Event co-ordinator Peter Wedderburn said the new venue offered significant advantages with a new conference area solely dedicated for the use of Care Agenda delegates and excellent facilities throughout. Organised in association with _Caring Times_, Care Agenda provides a networking opportunity for senior executives from care home groups. Care providers and suppliers can meet both formally and informally through structured meetings, a formal dinner, and breaks using the first-class leisure facilities. The inaugural Care Agenda meeting held in February this year was highly rated by all participants. Typical comments were those of BUPA operations director Alistair Howe who described the meeting as an “excellent source of informa

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