Misco collapse - the industry reaction

Doug Woodburn
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Misco has ceased trading after 30 years
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Misco has ceased trading after 30 years

Misco's collapse into administration this morning means it has ceased trading after nearly 30 years. CRN has talked to top execs, including to Mike Norris and Martin Hellawell, to find out what its collapse says about the industry.

At the turn of the last decade, Misco was at the peak of its powers with revenues north of £300m, operating profits of over £10m and over 600 staff. "If you're struggling at the moment you need to...

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