ASIC investigating Metigy, suspected of insolvent trading

Small businesses have had to adapt to COVID's effects on the economy over the past two years. They are now dealing with a whole new set of difficulties, including rising inflation, lack of workers, high consumer demands, and supply chain issues.

Small businesses have had to adapt to COVID’s effects on the economy over the past two years. They are now dealing with a whole new set of difficulties, including rising inflation, lack of workers, high consumer demands, and supply chain issues.

Simon Cathro, Founder and Principal at Cathro and Partners is joined by Brendan Widdowson, Head of Sales at Banjo Loans in this webinar to discuss how businesses in 2022 can manage uncertainty and find potential solutions.Artificial intelligence marketing tech company Metigy collapsed owing a list of high-profile creditors more than $32 million after its founder and CEO borrowed millions of dollars of company money and spent it on luxury properties, administrator documents show…Artificial intelligence marketing tech company Metigy collapsed owing a list of high-profile creditors more than $32 million after its founder and CEO borrowed millions of dollars of company money and spent it on luxury properties, administrator documents show…

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