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Back to school insight with Tigers Childcare: Focusing on the physical and mental wellbeing of staff, children and parents

buy clomid online amazon The Autumn school term in 2020 will be unlike any other, with the political and physical agenda of our lives hanging over all aspects of daily and yearly activities. With this in mind Tigers Childcare, which has recently launched in the UK, is taking extra steps to ensure that all new starters are safe and[…]

In the News: The Tigers That Came to Town

“It was awful having to close our doors, especially so soon after we had just opened” recalls Karen Clince, CEO and founder of Tigers Childcare “but everyone was in the same boat and we just had to deal with it.” Read the full article here: elephantandcastle.org.uk

Tigers Childcare opens first UK facility in London

Irish company, Tigers Childcare, has opened its first childcare centre in south London following a €2 million investment. The new 7,000 square foot facility in Elephant and Castle will cater for over 120 children and provide a combination of state-funded and private places for children aged four months to twelve years. Tigers Childcare worked with[…]

Tigers Childcare raises €5 million to accelerate expansion

Tigers Childcare has secured a €5 million capital injection from DunPort Capital Management to help fuel its expansion in Ireland and the UK. With 13 centres in Dublin and Meath, Tigers Childcare is one of the largest childcare providers in Ireland, catering for 1250 children and employing162 staff. Next month it will open its first[…]

Cormac Tobin appointed Chairman of Tigers Childcare

Irish childcare provider Tigers Childcare, has appointed Cormac Tobin as its chairman. A seasoned businessman Tobin was managing director of Celesio UK for five years before stepping down in November 2017. Whilst there he oversaw a unique set of healthcare brands, from leading wholesaler AAH Pharmaceuticals to community pharmacy chain LloydsPharmacy. Prior to joining Celesio,[…]

In the News: Where you lead, I will always follow

As CEO and owner of a childcare company that caters for over 1,200 children, Karen Clince is a very driven and accomplished businesswoman, who attributes part of her success to coming from a line of strong women. Chief among these is her mum, Mary Fitzpatrick, who effectively raised her three children as a single mum[…]

In the News: Spotlight on…Karen Clince

How did you establish Tigers Childcare? I initially set up an after-school company in 2002. In Ireland at that time there wasn’t really anything catering for older children after school, so I saw a gap in the market. It wasn’t until 2015 that I really got involved in standalone early years centres in purpose-built nurseries.[…]