Think Childcare Revenue and Competitors

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Drummoyne, AU



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Estimated Revenue & Valuation

  • Think Childcare's estimated annual revenue is currently $11.5M per year.(i)
  • Think Childcare's estimated revenue per employee is $162,000

Employee Data

  • Think Childcare has 71 Employees.(i)
  • Think Childcare grew their employee count by -8% last year.
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"DRIVEN BY THE OVERARCHING PURPOSE OF CREATING HAPPY FAMILIES, IT [THINK CHILDCARE LIMITED] COMBINES BOTH EXPERTISE AND "THE POWER OF PASSION" TO SHAPE CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE THROUGH A VALUES-BASED CULTURE." Think Childcare Ltd is one of Australia's largest and most forward-thinking communities of locally operated childcare centres, strengthened by common ownership and bonded by love and the passion to provide every child with the best possible start in life. Think Childcare Ltd focuses on the provision of dynamic and positive learning experiences during the first 1,000 most influential days of a child's life. Driven by the overarching purpose of creating happy families, it combines both expertise and ?the power of passion?? to shape customer experience through a values-based culture. At Think Childcare Ltd, our values are based on the core belief that happy educators give you happy children, happy children give you happy families and happy families are happy to tell others, which leads to growth and profitability. Board of Directors: - Non-Executive Chairman: Mark Kerr - Managing Director & CEO: Mathew Edwards - Executive Director & CFO: Paul Gwilym - Non-Executive Director: Andrew Hanson ASX Code: TNK ABN: 81 600 793 388 Listing Date: 24 October, 2014 Long Day Childcare, Childcare, Education, Childcare and Education Management, Early Learning, Kinder, Pre-Kinder, Kindergarten



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Think Childcare News

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