M8TRIX5 ECE Capital is a boutique firm that manages the first private equity fund that focus exclusively on early childhood education and real estate combined.
We are uniquely positioned to help our management team and investment partners achieve their goals.
We partner with management teams and investors to build early childhood education campuses to sustain the high demand for the industry. By delivering measurable and best in class outcomes this gives a high return for investors.
- TO SOLVE THE MAJOR PROBLEM FACING FAMILIES -
The need and demand for childcare & quality Early Education has grown steadily.
Over the last three decades;
The need for child care has grown steadily, with the rise in employment rates among women.
The demand for quality child care has also increased, due to the potential benefits on peer socialization, school readiness, numeracy and language skills. (OECD 2006, Nores and Barnett 2010)
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LARGE WAIT LIST EQUALS OUR OPPORTUNITY
Researchers found that in almost three-quarters of the cities covered in the study, centres maintained lengthy waitlists of children waiting to enter care programs. Bigger cities see 80 to 90 percent of centres maintaining a waitlist.
Waitlists are one of the major hurdles keeping parents from accessing quality child care, with families having to start the process early if they want to get their child enrolled. “You have to apply basically while you’re pregnant,” Jamie Towers said.
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With a national average cost of approximately $10,000 a year, child care can often cost as much as a year of university tuition.
Toronto average daycare cost $1,685 a month.
Vancouver average daycare cost $1,400 a month.
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DUE TO HIGH DEMAND AND SHORTAGES OF QUALITY CARE DAYCARE FEES CONTINUE TO RISE
More than half (54%) of parents with children aged 4 and under used child care, mirroring previous findings from the National Longitudinal Survey of Children and Youth.
-- Bushnik 2006 >
STATISTICS ARE IN OUR FAVOUR
Almost half (46%) of parents reported using some type of child care for their children aged 14 years and younger.
-- statcan.gc.ca >
The Learning Circle
Farah has over 28 years of experience in the early childhood industry.
An immigration lawyer with more than 17 years of experience in private practice.
Lea has more than 30 years of experience in positions ranging from Manager of Information Systems, Consulting for Peat Marwick small business clients to VP Finance for a cross-border real estate conglomerate.
Prado Construction Group
A builder, construction expert and developer with more than 27 years of experience.
- MORE THAN JUST DECADES OF EXPERIENCE -
1> Industry Experience
Since 1992 TLC has been impacting families and improving communities.
2> Recognizable Brand
Higher quality of Early Education and care for the whole child.
3> Unique Programs
Catering ages 10Mths to 12Yrs
4> Management Team & Culture
The Management Team is lead by the founder and also our advisor who has over 27 years of operations and market experience.
5> Technology & Innovation
Parent & Teacher App Security
WHY THE LEARNING CIRCLE?
6> Price and Quality
The Learning Circle tuitions price is above market average and just below the peak price. Due to the attention to care, programs and teacher training. The quality of care and early education is high at a affordable price.
7> Online Presence and PR
Due to consistent social media ads and video postings promoting the brand and service, along with being active in community events. The Learning Circle has a strong online and offline presence.
8 > Communications and Reviews
Leveraging the lastest in communication technology
The Learning Circle keeps its parents updated on the campuses news, events and updates.
The Learning Circle understands that it can't make every customer happy but with the above eight points they are averaging a four to five star customer review.
EXCELLENT CUSTOMER CARE AND SERVICE