CareExpo to be bigger and better than ever

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

CareExpo is returning to the National Motorcycle Museum, Birmingham, in 2002, following an enthusiastic industry response last year. The two-day event runs on June 12-13, built once again on the twin foundations of a comprehensive exhibition and first-rate conference programme. The CareExpo conference programme, organised by healthcare market analysts Laing & Buisson, will offer a best practice overview of the key market issues, with speakers from across the nursing, residential and homecare sectors. While many visitors will come purely for the exhibition, the conferences and seminars provide an important focus for delegates and often provide the impetus to attend. Dr Richard Hawkins, managing director of Caring Times and joint partner in CareExpo, said it was important to have an annual industry event allowing care home owners, managers and senior staff to get together. “CareExpo is an essential component for the health of this very important sector,” Dr Hawkins said. “Everyone involved in long term care wil

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