Indonesia daycare market segmentation by Region (Java, Sumatra and Others), by Java Region (West Java, Central Java and East Java), by Type of Daycare Membership (monthly, daily and others), by Type of programs (full day, half day and others); Company profile of Major Players (Baby Kangaroo Indonesia, Paradise Baby, Little Elephant, High Reach, Little Sunshine, Little March Daycare, Tsabitha Daycare, Pondac Bocan Daycare, Qarnain Daycare, Dandelion Daycare, Cler Merby Daycare, Love and Care Baby Daycare; Puste Blume Daycare, Daycare Lil Illr, Arjuna Daycare and Nisreen Daycare).
Improving women’s access to employment and removing workplace discriminations is driving the demand for daycare centers in Indonesia.
Various daycare centers also provide the option of flexible child care services to fit individually family needs.
In Indonesia, early childhood education comes in a variety of forms such as daycare center, a playgroup, an early childhood education center integrated with a health post, a program for families with children, a Quran learning center or an Islamic kindergarten, catering to the need of different age groups. The Indonesian government is continuing its efforts to provide an early childhood education for children from poor families.
In order to increase access, large players will set up more number of the childcare centers for greater geographic presence. Moreover, centers will become more flexible and responsive to different needs in terms of need for certain programmes and flexibility in hours of care suiting the lifestyle of the parents.
The governments challenge is to ensure that they too receive proper childcare services in future. In Indonesia, majority of households have young children which do not include an elderly family member, so there is likely a demand for childcare services among women in these households.
Developing policies and programs that facilitate access to childcare has the potential to increase women’s labor force participation in near future. The blue print of the Early Childhood Education (ECE) 2025 was and initiative launched in 2011 by the Ministry of Education which mentions the poor quality and competency of teachers. Furthermore, to improve teachers’ quality, the government plans to provide scholarships, training, and internships, by investing a significant amount of funds.
Ken Research in its latest study, Indonesia Daycare Market by Type of Day Care (Child Care and Infant Care), by Duration (Half and Full Day) – Outlook to 2021 suggested that Baby Kangaroo Indonesia, Paradise Baby, Little Elephant, High Reach, Little Sunshine, Little March Daycare, Tsabitha Daycare, Pondac Bocan Daycare, Qarnain Daycare, Dandelion Daycare, Cler Merby Daycare, Love and Care Baby Daycare; Puste Blume Daycare, Daycare Lil Illr, Arjuna Daycare and Nisreen Daycare will remain the major players operating Indonesia daycare market
Indonesia daycare market is estimated to register a positive CAGR during 2017-2021. The market is moving towards significant consolidation on account of rising female working population in the country, which is expected to showcase a rise in demand for daycare centers in Indonesia daycare market in near future.
The report provides information on market size of Indonesia daycare market, market segmentation on the basis of region, type of daycare membership and type of programs.
Key Topics Covered in the Report
Child Care Centers Market Revenue Indonesia
City wise Day care Centers Indonesia
Playgroup Child Care Centers in Indonesia
Nursery Revenue Child Care Center Indonesia
Revenue Day Care Centers in Indonesia
Competition Day Care Centers Indonesia
Early Child Development Market in Indonesia
Fees Full Day Program Daycare Centers Indonesia
Top Child Care and Daycare Centers in Indonesia
Decision Making Right Child Care Indonesia
Child Care Services Market Revenue Indonesia
Market Share Daycare Centers Indonesia
Paradise baby number of daycare in Indonesia
Little Elephant Day care in Indonesia
Kinderland Day Care In Indonesia
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