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Care.com CEO: Fragmented Care Market Offers Huge Opportunities

by TheStreet.com Videos 2:49 mins

Care.com CEO: Fragmented Care Market Offers Huge Opportunities

by TheStreet.com Videos 2:49 mins

Now that its IPO is completed, Care.com can continue to grow share in the highly fragmented market of families seeking care, says the company's CEO Sheila Lirio Marcelo. Marcelo says the site is now the world's largest online marketplace for finding and managing family care, with more than 9.7 million members, spanning 16 countries. According to Marcelo, four out of five families subscribing to the site find their caregiver on Care.com, and a new job is posted every 30 seconds in the U.S.

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