Sustainability – Getting your Care Business Fit for the Future, Dorchester

September 08, 2016
9:30 am - 12:00 pm
Porter Dodson LLP, Dorchester

We all know how difficult it is now to be a care provider… and a profitable one at that! Even ‘non-profit making’ organisations need to turn a profit to survive.

Difficult times call for considered solutions. The purpose of this event is to look at how you can make your business sustainable now and into the future. Whether your concern is local authority rates, staff retention or maximising the return from your property, our panel of specialists will aim to take you through those issues critical to your longer-term survival.
The event will also include an examination of developments within the Care setting generally.
If you are worried about the future and are looking for potential solutions, this informal, interactive seminar is for you!

Masterminded by regional law firm Porter Dodson and co-hosted by Albert Goodman, one of the largest accountancy and business services firms in the South West, the idea is for this to become your forum with areas of support and learning on offer designed to reflect your specific needs and requirements.
Julie Hopkins: Care Sector Round Up
Louise Osborne: Self Funding Options
Adrian Poole: Effective Recruitment and Staff Retention
Jonathan Coombs: How important is sustainability when valuing a care home?

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