The infants early education market is on the rise. Since 2012, the government has repeatedly mentioned the development of early education in relevant policies and regulations. In particular, on May 10, 2019, the State Council issued guidance on the nurturing industry, making early education a hot spot for investment. At present, the development of China's infant early education industry has problems such as low success rate, difficulty in content research and development, difficulty in scale expansion, lack of teachers and management talents. Although China's economically developed regions such as Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangdong pay more attention to early childhood education, the infant enrollment rate in China is only 4.3%, which is still far from the average enrollment rate of 33.2% in OECD countries. There is great potential for development in the future.
According to iiMedia Research, the number of kindergartens in China has increased year by year. It is expected to exceed 270 thousand in 2018. At the same time, the kindergarten market will reach 230 billion yuan. At present, the fees for kindergartens run by the citizens are expensive. According to the requirements of the generally beneficial goal, it is estimated that by 2020, the admission rate of generally beneficial kindergartens will reach 80.0%. Private kindergartens will be developed in the direction of high-end, with a view to bringing sustained and stable revenue.