Dutch daycare operator is coming to North Rhine-Westphalia
NRW.INVEST assists with the settlement of the Dutch social enterprise KSH Kinderopvang en meer B.V.
KSH B.V. plans to open several daycare centers in North Rhine-Westphalia for children up to the age of six. The first region on the company's radar is the Rhineland, with Düsseldorf as the most likely location. The search for specific sites is due to begin in the near future. The ISO-certified Dutch enterprise is also thinking about realizing the concept as a company daycare center. KSH KINDERBETREUUNG GmbH has already been founded in the town of Kleve to control German business operations.
Active in the Netherlands since 2002, KSH B.V., like all Dutch daycare organizations, operates child daycare centers on a private-enterprise basis. The company currently runs 22 facilities with approx. 300 staff and provides daycare for 1,800 children.