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Future of Care Conference

The organisers of Future of Care Conference are delighted to announce that the high-profile event is returning to London in June and bookings are now open.

Despite the troubles Covid-19 has placed on the events industry since 2020, the Future of Care Conference has been lucky enough to return this year. The well sought-after conference will be held once again at the beautiful venue, The King’s Fund, on the 22nd June 2021.

As always, the conference attracts care home and home care managers, owners, decision makers and influencers from across the country. Delegates share like-minded ambitions – to build a better future for the care industry, to grow strong connections and discover the latest innovations in the sector. Not only will the day provide a fantastic collection of speakers, an array of exhibitors will be located within the networking space, showcasing products that are transforming the sector.

This years London Programme focuses on prevailing trends in care, with focused speaker slots, exciting panel debates and fireside chats set to challenge perspective. Speakers include: Professor Martin Green OBE, Chief Executive at Care England; Deborah Alsina MBE, Chief Executive at Independent Age; Kate Terroni, Chief Inspector at Care Quality Commission; Dr Ben Maruthappu: Chief Executive Officer at Cera Care and Avnish Goyal, Chair at Hallmark Care Homes.

A previous delegate of the Future of Care Conference commented, “This was the most valuable day conference that I have attended in a number of years, all speakers were excellent”. If you’re interested in attending, be sure not to miss the Super Early Bird ticket rate, which is selling fast, ending on 18th April 2021.

To view the full programme, visit where you’ll also be able to view speaker, exhibitor and partner profiles, plus discover more about Platinum Sponsor Access Group and Gold Sponsors Florence and Quality Compliance Systems.

The organisers and venue are working closely to make sure the conference is safe, secure and in-line with any government measurements that may be in place. You can read the venues safety guidelines at

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