Education Policy | Post Primary | Preschool | Primary | Tertiary | Search

 

Launch of Early Childhood Education Sector e mag

MEDIA RELEASE

22 July 2010

Launch of Early Childhood Education Sector e magazine

ECE Astute (www.eceastute.co.nz) is pleased to launch its first e magazine designed specifically for Childcare / Daycare Centre business and property owners.

Included in this first edition is a commentary on recent Government budget announcements, an exploration of buying versus building a Childcare centre, guest commentary from a centre owner who just completed their $2M centre and an overview of the couple who recently purchased their first 50 license centre.

“We are delighted with early responses from centre owners who have viewed our e newsletter which uses the latest technology from Digital Webbook” says Director Peter Coleman.

“The DNL web book technology allows subscribers to literally turn magazine pages on their computer screen, avoiding the need to actually print out the magazine” says Coleman.

“New subscribers can receive this free publication by registering online at www.eceastute.co.nz” says Coleman

ends


© Scoop Media

 
 
 
Culture Headlines | Health Headlines | Education Headlines

 

Howard Davis: And The Oscar Goes To … Parasite
For its deliciously dark wit and genre-bending ingenuity, Bong Joon-ho's latest movie has just won four out of a potential six Academy Awards, including Best Screenplay and Director. Only ten foreign-language films have previously been nominated for Best Picture and none have won before. More>>

Howard Davis: 1917's 1,000 Yard Stare

Sam Mendes has created a terrible and barbarous trek, one that we appreciate all the more for being catapulted right into the midst of this ear-splitting melee from the film's opening sequence. More>>


Floorball: NZ To Host World Cup Of Floorball In 2022

In a major coup for a minnow nation in the European-dominated sport of floorball, New Zealand has won the rights to host one of the sport’s marque international events. More>>

National Voyage Continues: Tuia 250 Ends

Tuia 250 has unleashed an unstoppable desire to keep moving forward and continue the kōrero about who we are, say the co-chairs of the Tuia 250 National Coordinating Committee, Dame Jenny Shipley and Hoturoa Barclay-Kerr. More>>

ALSO:

Over 150 Productions: NZ Fringe 2020 Has Launched

The upcoming festival will be held at 40 venues all over Wellington Region from 28 February to 21 March, and includes every genre possible—theatre, comedy, dance, music, clowning, cabaret, visual art, children’s shows and more! More>>

ALSO:

 
 
 
 
 

LATEST HEADLINES

  • CULTURE
  • HEALTH
  • EDUCATION
 


 
  • Wellington
  • Christchurch
  • Auckland