In this episode of The Wine Cellar Sessions, Adam Carter, managing director of Carter Schwartz, speaks to Berkeley Home Health chief executive Nick Yarrow.
They discuss the challenges that come with being a large operator and the difficulty in recruiting keyworkers during Covid-19 and Brexit.
In the virtual cellar they taste a 1989 Chateau Musar, which is from Lebanon. Chateau Musar was established by Gaston Hochar in 1930 in an 18th century castle in the town of Ghazir.
In this podcast series Adam speaks to people within and beyond the healthcare and education sectors whilst sharing a bottle of wine in his virtual cellar.
Carter Schwartz is a consultancy with more than 100 years’ experience finding C-level executives throughout Europe for SMEs, major corporates, not-for-profits and the investment community across health and education.