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Early Education and Childcare Marketing During the COVID-19 Pandemic

  • September 12, 2020

The future of early education is rapidly changing in the age of the Coronavirus. Childcare centers and preschools are looking to increase their enrollment and identify new opportunities to better serve families. A large part of improving enrollment and retention rates comes to the marketing efforts put forth. 

ChildCareCRM CEO, Matt Amoia, recently sat down with Kangarootime Founder & CEO, Scott Wayman for a webinar to discuss early education and childcare marketing during the COVID-19 pandemic. Together, they discuss trends they’re seeing in early education and how providers can take advantage of new opportunities. Matt discusses ways in which childcare centers can enhance and optimize their marketing efforts during this time. Scott identifies ways in which centers can add value for their parents, giving them a competitive advantage over others. To watch the full webinar, click below. 

Matt Amoia, CEO of ChildCareCRM

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