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Child Day-Care Centres in the UK: Market Research Report

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Child Day-Care Centres Market Research Report | SIC Q88.910 | Dec 2016

Playing it safe: Industry revenue is set to expand with the help of government schemes

IBISWorld’s Child Day-Care Centres market research report offers insightful industry analysis and research into the market at the national level. IBISWorld’s in-depth industry market research is presented in a logical and consistent format. The industry report contains key industry statistics, market size, industry trends, and growth and profit forecasts for a 5-year outlook period.

Report Snapshot
Market Share of Companies
There are no companies with a dominant market share
Industry Statistics & Market Size
Revenue
£4bn
Annual Growth 12-17
3.8%
Annual Growth 17-22
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Profit
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Employment
187,891
Businesses
12,443
Industry Analysis & Industry Trends

Industry operators provide childcare services, primarily to children aged 12 and under. The industry is fragmented, with no players enjoying a market share of over 5%. The industry is anticipated to have grown over the past five years. Although relatively high levels of unemployment at the start of the period negatively influenced demand for industry services, the rise in childcare prices allowed revenue to grow during each of the past five years. An increasing number of children aged 12 and under and government schemes to support parents' ability to pay for childcare also contributed positively. As a result, revenue is projected to increase at a compound annual rate of 3.8% over the five years through 2016-17.

In 2016-17, revenue is anticipated to expand by 4.1% to £3.6... purchase to read more

Industry Report - Starting a New Business Chapter

There are only two significant obstacles to a new player entering the childcare industry. The regulatory environment requires that staff be properly qualified and there is an automatic wage burden on a new centre that has yet to build a client base, which is a cost that cannot easily be modified.

The second obstacle is the initial cost in setting up a centre and attracting parents' interest. Often, rents can be high in areas with many young families, particularly young families with higher incomes – the key market for the industry. The cost of purchasing or building centre accommodation, together with the cost of facilities and equipment can also be prohibitive to a new entrant. How.. purchase to read more

 


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What is the Child Day-Care Centres Industry?

Companies in this industry provide childcare, mostly to children under the age of 12. This can come in the form of full-day care, occasional care, after-school care or holiday care. Childcare is increasingly supplementing education and holiday care as parents work longer hours. The industry does not cover early-years education or welfare-based social care for children.

Industry Products
Full-day care centresSessional day-care centresFull-day care in children's centresAfter-school clubsHoliday clubs
 
Industry Activities
Providing full-day childcareCaring for children during school holidaysOperating nurseriesCaring for children before and after school


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