Wagstaff short-listed for businesswomens’ award

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

Robinia Care founder and chief executive Elizabeth Wagstaff has been short listed for the Veuve Clicquot “Business woman of the year” award which celebrates women high achievers in business life and salutes many women who work without acclaim in the numerous different businesses and industries that contribute to the economic life of the UK. Robinia Care is a fast-growing major provider of specialist care for adults and young people with learning disabilities. “We are proud to be one of the major providers of specialist care in the UK supporting more than 500 young adults with a range of needs that make it necessary for them to live in a supported environment,” said Ms Wagstaff. “It is an honour to be recognised by such a prestigious and well-respected organisation, such as Veuve Clicquot. It has been tremendous hard work over the last ten years, not just personally, but also for the management team and staff who support me.” This year will be the 32nd occasion the award has taken place and the judging was sch

Comments are closed.

Latest blog posts

Time for a ten dollar answer

By Caring Times editor GEOFF HODGSON

Ernest Hemingway was known for his minimalist style and he used to pooh-pooh what he called “ten-dollar” words. Not to...

Lacking capacity

By guest blogger JEF SMITH

A friend of mine diagnosed with cancer – now, happily, treated – was asked how he could possibly have missed the...

Care homes – understated examples of tasteful design

By Caring Times editor GEOFF HODGSON

Dozens of recently-built care homes are material proof that it is perfectly possible to design aesthetically pleasing buildings and put...