Rainbows in windows, doors open for key workers and pages of inspiring stories centred around everyday people, have proven the power of humanity this year. Whilst the government got to grips with the sheer magnitude of the pandemic, care homes, care workers and care suppliers soldiered on.
The Care Forum has had to evolve and adapt to fulfil a vital service to the sector, the annual platform facilitates vital business and networking opportunities. Companies are coming together virtually, connecting to forge beneficial, commercial relationships. One thing this year has taught us is experience, have we learnt from what we’ve been through?
Reliability, trust and value are what we’re all looking for, delegates should have examples on how they navigated the last 6 months to hand. Fresh testimonials, references and case studies mean more now than ever before.
Beaucare is a care supply company which for the past 28 years has grown into an industry leader, but this year has done more for the sector than ever before. Heather Mawrey, Managing Director recalls the lockdown period, ‘We had to quickly assess and attribute our services to ensure our longstanding customers had exactly what they needed, when they needed it. Our independent logistics and distribution hubs ensured we were in the driving seat, whilst our purchasing and warehouse facilities enabled supply’.
Customers nationwide commended their speed, dependability and understanding. Earlier this month, Jayne from Millings Care Group told us, ‘such a great help and very supportive throughout these very challenging times, ensuring we have plenty of supplies, delivered correctly and on the days promised’
From medical equipment to servicing, consumables to infection control and everything in between, your organisation would be better looked after with Beaucare.
Call their dedicated account managers on 01423 873666, you’ll be surprised at how much they can offer.