Lyndsie Clark

Business Development Specialist

Lyndsie Clark has worked in niche B2B print and online publishing and events, for the past 10 years, predominantly at Melbourne-based company Great Southern Press. Her last role at the company as General Manager saw Lyndsie manage a tight-knit team of journalists, sales, design and events staff, across the company’s local and international offices. Lyndsie has much experience producing publications and providing marketing solutions for business associations, and the companies and organisations that they represent. Lyndsie is married with two sons, aged 19 months, and 4 years, who both attend childcare. Lyndsie’s key role at The Sector is to provide effective marketing solutions for organisations wanting to reach an engaged ECEC audience.

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Articles by Lyndsie Clark

G8 confirms non-cash impairment charge as strategic portfolio review completes

G8 Education Ltd has confirmed that it expects to pass an after tax impairment charge in the range of $230 million to $250 million after the completion of a strategic portfolio review that commenced in the second half of 2019.

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by Lyndsie Clark

Calls for new ECEC quality agency in Ireland intensify as Budget 2020 approaches

Ahead of the upcoming Irish Budget to be released on 8 October 2019, calls for the establishment of a dedicated oversight and quality assurance statutory body to oversee the early years and school age childcare sector- similar to Australia's ACECQA - have intensified.

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by Lyndsie Clark

The Kango child rideshare service.

‘Uber’ for ECEC taking off in the US

A US-based ridesharing service that delivers children to early childhood education and care services has raised $3.6 million to expand its operations.

1 year

by Lyndsie Clark

A father and child walking along the beach

Fathers’ long work-hours can influence children’s mental health

A new report on employment trends by Dr Jennifer Baxter has found that fathers’ working hours do not change when children are born, and this disconnect between work and family life may help to explain why Australian fathers are reporting high degrees of stress.

1 year

by Lyndsie Clark

Racial profiling childcare fraud: Dutch tax office accused

The Dutch tax office, Belastingdienst, is under investigation after being accused of illegally collecting information about dual-nationals to choose who to investigate for potential child benefit fraud on the basis of their ethnic profile, Dutch News has reported.

1 year

by Lyndsie Clark

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