The Big Interview: Karen Clince chief executive Tigers Childcare

Karen Clince was 20 when she was made redundant from a tech company as the dotcom bubble burst. The experience set her on a course to running Tigers Childcare, one of the biggest multiples in the childcare industry

3rd October, 2021
The Big Interview: Karen Clince chief executive Tigers Childcare
Karen Clince: For the first time, we’re now seen as a strategic industry, that childcare is needed for the economy to tick. Picture: Barry Cronin

Role: chief executive of Tigers Childcare

Lives: Ballsbridge, Dublin

Age: 40

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