Better Caring, which is backed by Ellerston Capital, wants to expand its services nationwide and build scale ahead of a potential sharemarket float.
While some start-ups and new sharemarket-listed companies banking on government reforms in the aged care and education sectors have been caught out by sudden policy changes, Mr Scutt said government policy was heading in Better Caring’s favour.
“People want to age well, at home, in control and with dignity. They don’t want the old model. There have been big consumer movements that have led to consumer-directed care,’’ Mr Scutt said.