Mental health and dementia facilities forum goes Virtual 4th-5th November 2020

Stable Events are delighted to announce the mental health and dementia facilities virtual forum on 4-5 November.

 Due to government guidelines Stable Events have made the decision to host all their forums virtually for 2020.

 We have invested and developed an exclusive unique online platform that is completely interactive and enables maximum engagement with private meeting rooms and conference areas which allow delegates to:

  • listen to keynote speakers’ seminars
  • join in panel discussion and Q & A sessions
  • engage in pre-selected one-to-one supplier meetings
  • select pre-select meetings with peers and potential business partners
  • Acquire a directory of contacts listing current projects with all attendees for future engagement

Look forward to seeing you in November. Let’s get back to meeting again!  Questions? Call Sue Ramcharan 0208 288 1080 or email sue@stable-events.co.uk

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