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Care Sector Supplier Awards 2023 – winning companies have been announced

The fourth year of the national Care Sector Supplier Awards took place in London this month, with the judges once again recognising the best providers of products and services to the care sector in the UK.

The Category Winners were announced at a lunch and ceremony on November 17 at the 5-star Royal Garden Hotel, Kensington, during an afternoon which proved to be a wonderful opportunity to get together some of the UK’s best suppliers to the care sector.

Twenty-eight companies made the shortlist for 2023, reflecting the increase in the number of entries and the growth in the number of companies entering this year.

The BHTA is pleased to have been an Association Partner to the Awards this year, where there was such a high standard of entry.

After carefully weighing up evidence of innovation, enterprise and performance across each year’s entries, the expert panel was able to highlight companies such as FaultFixers, Haigh Engineering and Beaucare Medical as top performers in their field.

Other examples of excellence include the Best for Therapies category being won by CareHomeLife, Best for Marketing, Creative and Information Services being scooped by PLMR Group, and the Award for Best for Personal Care going to Ontex.

A full list of the 2023 Results can be found here, and more detail on each winning entry is in the digital Winners Booklet, along with a photo gallery of the lunch and Awards Ceremony.

If the success of these companies has prompted you to consider putting your company forward for an Award, all of the details regarding entry and the relevant fees can be found on the Awards website. Entries open March 1, 2024.

The Care Sector Supplier Awards are now in their fourth year and are organised by the same team that runs the successful Care Home Awards, Home Care Awards and the new Retirement Living Awards. Their experience, built up over seven years, prompted the creation of the Care Sector Supplier Awards, purely aimed at recognising and rewarding suppliers of products and services to the care sector in the UK.