CS Healthcare partnership with the X-forces

Blog > CS Healthcare announces partnership with X-Forces

22 January 2018

It is important to bring together like-minded organisations to help build a network in communities such as the Armed Forces, providing mutual benefits to all, so we are excited to announce our new partnership with X-Forces. X-Forces is a social enterprise that nurtures entrepreneurial ambition within the Armed Forces community. They have supported over 1,100 individuals since 2013, and through treasury-backed funding, have facilitated over £10m in seed-capital to start-up businesses across the United Kingdom.

X-Forces’ support is free of charge and available to Service Leavers; Veterans; Spouses/Partners; Reservists; Cadets and Family Members from the Royal Navy, Army and Royal Air Force. The support available to the wider X-Forces community includes thousands of beneficiaries that have been supported through events, training, mentoring and support. If you are are considering taking out a private health plan, we can provide health insurance for the armed services suitable for your needs.

Ahead of the announcement, James Parker, CEO of CS Healthcare said:

“CS Healthcare is excited at the formation of this new strategic partnership with X-Forces which allows us to offer their members access to our products and support the invaluable work they do for the military community.”

X-Forces CEO, Ren Kapur MBE, added:

“Following an introduction through X-Forces member Curzon & Company, we are now delighted to be announcing our partnership with CS Healthcare. X-Forces is extremely passionate about bringing together like-minded organisations to support the Armed Forces community and we are therefore delighted that CS Healthcare is coming onboard to provide their support to Veterans and their families. We very much look forward to working with James and the team.”

Our partnership has already got off to a great start, with CS Healthcare engaging with the Soldiering On Awards 2018 Partnership by James Parker being a judge for one of three new business award categories.  In addition, CS Healthcare joined the Women 100 event in December 2017 helping to celebrate 100 years of Women in the Army. 

CS Healthcare’s Sales and Business Development Leader, Adrian Fowler, said:

“I am very much looking forward to working in partnership with X-Forces and was delighted to be invited to the celebration of 100 years of Women in the Army. It was an excellent opportunity to see how X-Forces are making a real difference to all its beneficiaries from the Armed Forces and to have a better understanding of how CS Healthcare can support this work further.”

To find out more about X-Forces follow this link to their website.


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