Karen Clince

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 Karen Clince CEO of Tigers Childcare at  the company’s  facility in Leopardstown. They have  12 such centres in the greater Dublin area, and one in the UK. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

Karen Clince has built an international childcare group over the last 18 years but it all started with an after school club. At the time, Clince was (...)

 The Government must now go back to the drawing board on childcare, the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO) has said. Photograph: Edmond Terakopian/ PA Wire

The Government must now go back to the drawing board on childcare, the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO) has said. A scheme to offer chil(...)

Tigers Childcare managing director Karen Clince with chairman Cormac Tobin and Lilah Mahon. Photograph: Conor McCabe Photography

Irish businesswoman Karen Clince has expanded her creche group into England with the opening of its first childcare centre in south London. The new T(...)

Tigers Childcare chairman Cormac Tobin with Lilah Mahon and Karen Clince, managing director. Photograph: Conor McCabe Photography.

Irish creche and after-school care business Tigers Childcare has secured €5 million to fund expansion, including the opening of its first centre in Br(...)

 Hyde & Seek creche on Shaw Street in Dublin. Many parents are going to be extremely concerned when they see the footage, but it is important they are aware most creches operate to a high standard, Dr Moloney said. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

An apparent lack of staff training at the Hyde & Seek chain of creches combined with poor safety procedures is a “recipe for disaster”, according (...)

Photograph: iStock

Parents need to know what to look for when selecting a creche for their child and should be aware of their rights if they are unhappy with something, (...)

Karen Clince operates a ratio of one staff to 11 schoolage children

Who’s going to foot the bill? That’s the issue around which battle lines are being drawn as regulations come in for the first time for care of childre(...)

Karen Clince, Tigers Childcare managing director: “We want to provide something different to what’s currently available in the UK market when it comes to quality and family experience.”

Dublin-based childcare provider Tigers Childcare will enter the UK market later this year having already established 13 centres in Ireland. The comp(...)

Tigers Childcare managing director Karen Clince with Lily Coffey, Chloe Li and Liam O’Driscoll. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Dublin-based childcare company, Tigers Childcare, has acquired three childcare services from US provider Bright Horizons. The three centres, in Belma(...)