Blossom Educational and NDNA collaborate to deliver more support

Following the Chancellor’s announcement on Business Rates relief, Blossom Educational is joining forces with the National Day Nurseries Association, (NDNA), to provide further support to the nursery sector.

2020 was an incredibly difficult year and the road ahead still has a lot of obstacles. To help those working day in and day out across the sector, Blossom has announced some financial incentives including:

  • Up to 70% of Blossom’s business package for 12 months, which works
    out to be £39.99 per setting, per month.
  • Training and expertise on tap to ensure a seamless transition from either paper or from another software company.

Speaking about the announcement, founding partner and managing director, Sam Thakrar stated:

‘As a Corporate Member of NDNA, we are closely aligned in supporting the sector. As nursery owners, we acutely recognise the immense financial pressures that the sector continues to face.’

With International clients from Malaysia to Dubai, the inspiration behind Blossom was not driven by the
advancements in technology, but born out of the sheer frustration to find a software partner that would
help them drive their own business efficiencies and crucially, allowing their teams to spend more time
with the children and communicating to parents with ease.

Patricia Hanson, director of business development at NDNA commented:

‘As nursery owners themselves, Blossom Educational have valuable insights into the needs of nurseries today. At NDNA we have been working to support members throughout the Covid-19 pandemic and we are delighted that Blossom have worked with us to provide discounted support to our members.’

Hanson concluded:

‘Not only are they supporting members with their proprietary software but also by giving them a huge saving on their business platform and Parent App. At a time when some providers are really struggling to make ends meet, we know this could be a real help to settings as the whole sector looks ahead to their post-Covid recovery.’

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