Childcare Expo is an event dedicated to those working in the early years sector that provides the ideal platform for visitors to discover the latest industry updates, network with other professionals and source the upcoming market trends from leading suppliers.
The event attracts owners, managers and early years practitioners from nurseries, pre-schools, children’s centres, schools and local authorities from far and wide who are looking to learn from the educational seminars and hands-on interactive workshops.
The event has grown from strength to strength since 2010. The three UK locations offer fantastic opportunities for suppliers to be placed directly in front of the early years buyers and accompanied by industry leaders makes Childcare Expo a firm favourite in the early years buyer’s calendar; visit for free to find out why.
Care Roadshows are a series of free regional care events throughout the UK that inform and inspire care home owners, care managers and all those within the healthcare sector.
Each roadshow brings together a host of care suppliers and key industry experts to create stimulating and inspiring environments for care professionals to discover the latest innovations within the sector and network with like-minded people.
Offering visitors a valuable day with informative seminars from sector specialists and interactive workshops to gain fresh ideas, the events have been taking place across the UK since 2011 and built a strong reputation among the care home sector.
The Future of Care Conference is premiering in London in March 2018. For care providers, the brand-new event offers an opportunity to hear from national level speakers who are at the top of their game.
During this one-day conference on Tuesday 13th March, leading experts will impart their knowledge and wisdom, discussing key trends for the future of care in focused speaker slots at the notable venue of The King’s Fund, No.11 Cavendish Square, London.
The event is being chaired by Fiona Phillips. Speakers include Andrea Sutcliffe, Professor Martin Green, Rt. Hon Professor Paul Burstow, Dr Pete Calveley, Caroline Abrahams and Professor Alistair Burns CBE to name a few.