Thursday, January 22, 2009

Busted businesses

Latest Businesses in Administration

This list highlights the enormity of the financial situation as hundreds of businesses are shown to have thrown in the towel in the last two months (from 23 November 08). Surprisingly though, only two Estate Agents are on the list.

Posted by cozza @ 10:58 AM (951 views)
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8 thoughts on “Busted businesses

  • I found more than two with Real Estate in the title.

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  • Guys that is my website!!! Thanks for the link. Ask any questions you like. We have seen a massive increase in subscriptions to our service since pushing this more. There are lots of people interested in picking up bust businesses.

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  • who stole my pension? says:

    Cozza thats a good find – thanks
    Nickolarge at least you didn’t find U.K. PLC!

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  • Most estate agents are too small to go into administration, as it is an expensive process. They have probably just shut up shop or gone into liquidation instead

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  • not to mention the fact that nobody is going to buy an EA!!

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  • maddison:
    why are there so many duplicate entries… same number of £s in same region, in same class, but 1 day apart?
    Are any of the numbers contained in any of the other numbers? (included twice, under actual and summary).. in other words can I add them up together?

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  • Is there a running total of each sector, maddsion?

    That would be helpful.

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  • Unfortunately not but the trend to date is still very much the retail, property/construction, homeware and lifestyle business that are going into administration the most at the moment.

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