Care Show, closed its 15th edition in Bournemouth on 26 March with visitors and exhibitors alike confirming that the event was a vital platform to grow both relationships and business in the short, medium and long-term.
Dedicated to delivering a business environment where suppliers to the burgeoning UK Care industry are able to meet with nursing and care homeowners and managers; homecare providers; hospital, NHS and Foundation Trust staff; GPs; local authorities and social service providers.This year’s event welcomed decision-making visitors from across the country who were delighted with the companies they met and the quality of the educational seminars they were able to attend.
Julie Burton, Head of Operations, Twinglobe Care Homes Limited commented:
“I have attended Care Show for many years and this has been by far the best show. This year it was far more on point and the quality of seminars was good. I have been able to secure some interesting business for this year that will ensure the progression of our company. I will definitely be attending next year.”
Anne Motts, Matron, Housing & Care 21 said:
“We have come to Care Show Bournemouth with an objective to meet equipment suppliers and we’ve been really pleased with those we have met. The seminars have been interesting and really did cover key topics in care today.”
Kathleen Rhodes, Owner, Ashmead Healthcare Ltd commented:
“I found the ‘Skills for Care’ seminar really useful. Whistleblowing is also more important than ever for us and we’re glad Care Show has highlighted this. We’re looking to expand and streamline our business and are looking for technology suppliers to help us in this expansion and we’ve been pleased with quality and quantity of technology exhibitors we have met with.”
Colette Hamstritch-Johns, Managing Director, TRUECARE Hampshire said:
“The Care Show is a very good, informative show. We have attended the event for many years and always learn something new. It has helped me to meet with new and existing contacts.”
Exhibiting suppliers were also enthusiastic in their praise for Care Show’s Bournemouth event.
Kyle Williams, Senior Events Officer, Care Quality Commission commented:
“We have definitely spoken to the relevant audience at Care Show Bournemouth. We attend each year and it is always a great event to engage with our key stakeholders and get some valued face-to-face contact.”
Richard Sainter, Head of Sales, Connect Catering said:
“We have found a lot of great quality leads with more chance of picking up business than ever before.”
Steven Embleton, Chief Cloud, My Learning Cloud commented:
“Care Show Bournemouth is our premier source for business leads throughout the year. The quality of key decision makers has been better than ever before.”
Care Show next takes place at the NEC in Birmingham 3-4 November alongside the International Dementia Congress. Further details will be announced shortly.