The healthcare building forum has been postponed to 18th & 19th March 2021

The healthcare building forum has been postponed to 18th & 19th March 2021 so It is not too late to register for your complimentary place and join a wide range of companies. 

If you are from the NHS trust, council, contractor, healthcare lead architect, care home designer, working on existing healthcare projects and looking to extend your supply chain.

What can you expect?

Complimentary accommodation in 4* hotel for 1-2 nightsExtensive networking with your peersCPD accredited seminars presented by leading sector professionals1-1 pre-selected meetings with innovative suppliers and service providersGala dinner and 2 drinks receptionsDirectory profile with all contact details of attending delegates 

Speakers include: NHSI/England; Barts NHS FT; Ecologic Chartered Architects; Leonard Design; Verkada; Elementa Consulting; Archus; De Montfort University; Porcure Partnerships Framework

Questions? Call Paul Molyneux 0208 288 1080 or email paul@stable-events.co.uk

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