A child-centric approach in thought, process and action, highest level of care and supervision and an environment of holistic development for children – are some of the factors which define successful childcare partners. The reason behind these successful centres are the women who have started these daycares. These women are mothers themselves and have experienced the challenges of working full-time and taking care of their young children.
Swati Jain, Banyan
India’s Unique child development Centre The Banyan runs as per the convenience of parents providing flexible childcare facilities. The driving force behind the centre is Swati Jain who started The Banyan with the goal of developing a safe, healthy and creative environment for children (6 months–10 years) where they can develop, observe and learn, thus making learning a unique experience.
Swati Bhat, The Learning Curve
From the corporate world of Kotak Mahindra Life Insurance and Godrej & Boyce, Swati has made a smooth transition to the education sector. A qualified Instructional Designer, she has an impressive background as an independent Learning and Development consultant. Swati is driven by the passion of a marketer, trainer and a mother to create a truly world-class educational experience at The Learning Curve. Her infectious enthusiasm and commitment makes sure the Learning Curve team is just as committed to delivering quality education.
Namrata Bachani, Ipsaa
Namrata is an alumni of ISB and is the founder of Integrated Childcare Pvt. Ltd. Passionate about her work, Namrata has a very friendly and warm personality which is required in the child care service. Her motto for a woman to join back her work is what drives Ipsaa to provide the best chilcare support for working parents. Ipsaa is like a large Indian home for children where they get enriched and create wonderful experiences.
Priya Krishnan, Klay
Klay is today one of the best daycare in India, providing parents with all the very best childcare support for their children. Priya Krishnan, a working mother herself ran IT Outsourcing firm Mphasis’ European Business prior to launching KLAY. She experienced the challenges of working full-time and taking care of her young children and this led her to found a childcare center which understands this and provides that kind of support where working parents don’t have to worry for their children.
Lina Ashar, Kangaroo Kids
After completing her bachelor’s degree in education from Melbourne’s Victoria College, Lina Ashar started working for a school job in suburban Mumbai, an experience that changed her life. And became the foundation for Kangaroo Kids. She started the first Kangaroo Kids preschool in Bandra in June 1993 with a small batch of 25 students. Lina went on to establish Billabong High International school and today Kangaroo Kids is a chain of 70 preschools globally.
Hazel Siromoni, Maple Bear
Hazel began her career as a counselor at Canadian Education centre in India which was set up by Government of Canada with the mandate to promote and market Canadian Education Internationally. She became the Director of Maple Bear India in 2009 and then the Managing Director under the Joint Venture between Maple Bear Global Schools Ltd and Modi Edutech in 2011. Maple Bear Canadian Preschool is one of the most successful Preschool Franchise in India. It has recently received the Women’s Most Trusted Brand award as well.
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