ECE sector 'at a turning point'

ECE sector 'at a turning point'
ECE investor Mark Finlay says the sector is still attractive. (Image: NZME)
Cécile Meier
The Early Childhood Education (ECE) sector is in crisis, but not every operator is affected similarly. In the second of a two-part investigation, BusinessDesk looks at potential solutions. Read part one here. Mark Finlay knows a thing or two about the business of ECE. The former All Black founded the Lollipops Educare Group in the early 2000s, which built 50 centres over a decade. In 2014, the Evolve Education Group purchased Lollipops and other ECE businesses listed on the New Zealand Exchange (NZX). Evolve faced...

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