Four reasons to attend the LEADERA SUMMIT 2014 at the sheraton on the park, Sydney 20-21 March

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After five years of negative growth in both retirement villages and aged care demand is returning. But what is the product and pricing that will generate profitable sales today as well as 5 to 25 years time?
Not sure? Learn from the leaders in the sector at the LEADERS SUMMIT 2014.
24 speakers, 24 individual presentations, many business initiatives and business risks you most probably have never considered. Some examples.
Phil Usher and his partners admit they have made every mistake possible over 10 years building their Tall Trees retirement village product that offers privately funded care up to palliative care. Average occupancy is now just over four years with a four year 40% DMF cap. Check Phil’s business plan against yours at the LEADERS SUMMIT.
Chas Jacobsen virtually invented the modern retirement village and owns the Village Glen, the sectors most profitable and most loved village by residents. Today he says that operators who followed his traditional model will quickly go broke. To protect his village asset he has invested $35 million in the last 18 months. Learn from Chas at the LEADERS SUMMIT.
Dr. Peter Wilton has an international reputation as the world’s leading expert on ‘customer loyalty’ and innovation. He teaches the worldwide Top 5 MBA course at UCLA Berkeley plus consults to Apple, Coca Cola and Johnson & Johnson. Learn how to fast track the re-engineering of your business to generate increased ‘customer loyalty’ and profitability – at the LEADERS SUMMIT.
Raad Richards is a 36 year veteran of health administration. As CEO of Carrington Care, a one location community not for profit operator, he has reinvented it with premium village ILUs, state of the art care facility, full service restaurant and strong financials, out competing the private sector. Learn how at the LEADERS SUMMIT.
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