In our long-term healthcare facility, the Link-age committed-volume contracts for food, medical supplies and pharmacy save us well into six-figures annually. Further, current food costs are at the same levels experienced in 1997 although during that period core CPI has increased at least 25%. Every dollar saved can be reinvested to enhance quality of life for the people we serve.
Michael W. Allen,
CPA Vice-President, Finance &
Facilities Graceworks Lutheran Services
Link-age Ventures is seeking to invest in, acquire or create meaningful joint ventures/partnerships with companies that provide leading edge products, services and technology to the senior marketplace. A unique relationship with Senior Living Executive decision makers, understanding in the field of aging, and a ready built, aggregated market, allow Link-age Ventures to provide a "turnkey solution" for innovative companies looking to enter an otherwise fragmented space.
Attractive opportunities for either capital investment or "revenue" related partnerships will generally have the following characteristics: