BusinessBusiness RecoveryEnd of the track for Music Zone

End of the track for Music Zone

Music retailer ceases trading: 800 jobs lost

Deloitte were unable to find a buyer
for Music Zone and
the retailer has stopped trading with the loss of 800 jobs.

‘Whilst discussions continue as regards the business, trading has ceased at
this time as there is no certainty that any sale can be achieved,’ according to
a Deloitte statement.

The company entered administration at the beginning of the year.

Further reading:

31 Music Zone retail outlets shut

Music Zone and Greeting
Card Group enter administration

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