Nurseries at risk of collapse due to 'large corporate takeovers'

Katy Morton
Thursday, January 27, 2022

A new report warns the nursery sector is ‘at threat of being damaged’ as smaller settings get taken over by large corporate companies that are ‘profit-focused’.

Researchers from the UCL found that large private nursery groups were less likely to increase childcare places or invest more in staff PHOTO Adobe Stock
Researchers from the UCL found that large private nursery groups were less likely to increase childcare places or invest more in staff PHOTO Adobe Stock

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