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Synonyms for childcare

a service involving care for other people's children

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Mark later gave pounds 5,000 for new equipment at the babycare unit.
The babycare retailer will pay 4p to shareholders after restoring the business to financial health via a turnaround plan that resulted in annual like-for-like sales growth of 5.
Storehouse have not named the babycare shops to be closed, but it's thought many are in areas which boast nearby Mothercare or Mothercare World outlets.
After considering input from our Associate leaders, Deborah Woo, our new President of Asia Pacific, recommended a revised approach to our integration strategy for BabyCare in China.
Babycare retailer Mothercare rounded off its three-year turnaround strategy by revealing a better-than-expected rise in annual profits.
Babycare retailer Mothercare yesterday offered further proof that its recent trading revival remained on track after like-for-like sales lifted 4.
Babycare retailer Mothercare today offered further proof that its recent trading revival remained on track after like-for-like sales lifted 4.
HAVING a baby can cost pounds 20,000 a year including loss of parents' earnings, according to specialist magazine Babycare and Pregnancy.
Perhaps most importantly, we are confident that we will be able to expand into Thailand and still maintain focus on our primary expansion objective, which is growing USANA through BabyCare in China.
KPMG Corporate Recovery said the 24 job losses at Haydock Park, Merseyside-based Zorbit Babycare had enabled the firm to continue trading.
While portable wipes have boosted sales in other categories such as toilet and household cleaning, babycare, deodorants and toiletries, it remains to be seen whether new formats can provoke changes in the nation's attitude to oral care.
Boots also offered pounds 75 compensation, which Linda plans to donate to the special babycare unit at the Queen Mother's in Glasgow.
This growth was due to higher product sales and an increased number of active Associates driven by the Company's BabyCare subsidiary in China.
Babycare store Mothercare said like-for-like sales from its UK stores were up 0.