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Title: Increasing Number of Working Women Boosting the Demand for Daycare Centers in Indonesia: Ken Research


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Increasing Number of Working Women Boosting the
Demand for Daycare Centers in Indonesia Ken
Research
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Daycare centers provide services that can be
opted for monthly basis, daily basis or hour
based subscriptions for full day or half day
programs charged against a nominal fee which
varies on the basis of type of daycare and
program selected. The report titled Indonesia
Daycare Market by Type of Day Care (Child Care
and Infant Care), by Duration (Half and Full Day)
Outlook to 2021 by Ken Research suggested a
CAGR of 16.4 in revenue of total daycare centers
in Indonesia for the projected period 2017-2021.
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Growing awareness among parents regarding the
early childhood education of their children
coupled with increasing working population of the
country have driven the demand for daycare
centers in Indonesia. Both organized and
unorganized market provides daycare services
which fulfill the demand for urban and rural
areas of the country. Increasing number of women
working for pay has made it harder for parents to
raise their children. Improving womens access to
employment and removing workplace discriminations
is driving the demand for daycare centers in
Indonesia. Furthermore, it has also been
witnessed that working mothers are increasingly
opting for freelance consultant in the corporate
world where they can manage work and their
children both at the same time. Various hotels
situated in Bali and others offer their own
on-site childcare services for visitors on the
premises. They not only arrange outside
babysitting or nanny services through their
concierge, but offer a variety of other special
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amenities and services that specifically cater to
the needs of children. Subsidized day care
basically refers to providing on site / near site
company child care which is one of the Work Life
Balance (WLB) policies that is provided by
various organizations in Indonesia. Providing
Child care facilities for employees is intended
to help employees with children, so that they can
manage their office work or adopt for flexible
working options. Furthermore, drop-in, flexible
care allows parents to get the quality they seek
in their child care during the hours they need
it. Key Topics Covered in the Report Indonesia
Day care market revenue Number of Infant Centers
Indonesia Child Care Centers Market Revenue
Indonesia City wise Day care Centers
Indonesia Playgroup Child Care Centers in
Indonesia
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  • Nursery Revenue Child Care Center Indonesia
  • Revenue Day Care Centers in Indonesia
  • Competition Day Care Centers Indonesia
  • Early Child Development Market in Indonesia
  • Childcare Enrollment in Indonesia
  • Child-care business model in Indonesia
  • Decision Making Right Child Care Indonesia
  • Little Elephant Day care in Indonesia
  • Highreach day care in Indonesia
  • Kinderland day care in Indonesia
  • Little March day care in Indonesia
  • Club Merby day care in Indonesia
  • For more information on the research report,
    refer to below link
  • https//www.kenresearch.com/education-and-recruitm
    ent/education/indonesia-daycare-market/142272-99.h
    tml

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Related Reports by Ken Research https//www.kenres
earch.com/education-and-recruitment/education/sing
apore-day-care-market/142262-99.html https//www.
kenresearch.com/consumer-products-and-retail/baby-
care/asia-pacific-baby-hygiene-market-report/76482
-95.html https//www.kenresearch.com/consumer-pro
ducts-and-retail/baby-care/india-maternity-baby-ca
re-market-research-report/452-95.html Contact K
en Research Ankur Gupta, Head Marketing
Communications query_at_kenresearch.com 91-124-42302
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