BusinessBusiness RecoveryTV company collapses after just six months

TV company collapses after just six months

TV company created by former BSkyB and Channel 5 executive Dawn Airey enters liquidation after failing to raise funding

A TV group formed just six months ago by former BSkyB and Channel 5 executive
Dawn Airey has entered into liquidation.

The start-up,
Iostar ,
was placed into liquidation by insolvency practitioners from
David Rubin &
Partners
.

It has been reported that the TV company failed to raise £30m among private
investors that led to Airey’s resignation as chief executive just days after
joining the company.

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