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Free Webinar: How to Identify Potential Market Growth for Senior Housing

    

Intelligent Growth Strategy for Your 
Senior Housing Business in 2017                        Wednesday, March 1, 2017 | 1:00PM CST

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Moore Diversified Services (MDS) and Senior Housing News are presenting  a free webinar to identify critical factors when it comes to operating, acquiring or investing in senior housing assets.

This webinar will focus upon:

  • Analysis and evaluation of market areas and studies
  • Whether the market’s metrics justify decisions to expand, invest or partner
  • How to identify, evaluate and improve key financial performance metrics

If you’re a senior housing operator, developer or capital provider and want to better understand market dynamics and keys to operating success, tune in for insight into that process.

Time is money and stakeholders must evaluate these opportunities quickly and efficiently in order to succeed. Register today for this free webinar.
  
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Date: Wednesday, March 1, 2017   |   Time: 1:00PM (CST)

Lynne Moore
President
MDS Research Company, Inc.

Roy Barker
Director of Special Projects
Moore Diversified Services, Inc. 

Jim Moore
President
Moore Diversified Services, Inc.


Ryan Nagim
Principal
LongueVue Capital
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Daniel J. Hogan
Director of Research
RED Captial Group, LLC
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Elizabeth Ecker
Moderator
Senior Housing News

 

SPONSORED BY


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Founded in 1971, MDS is a national leader in conducting broad-based consulting, detailed financial analysis, market research and market feasibility studies in the seniors housing and healthcare industries. The firm has pioneered creative market feasibility methodologies and marketing strategies relative to these ever-changing, complex market segments.


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