BusinessBusiness RecoveryJOY enters administration

JOY enters administration

No joy as another retailer enters administration

A 28-store fashion-led design and gifts retailer has appointed administrators
from David Rubin & Partners.

Maureen O’Brien Limited, trading as JOY, entered into administration and
insolvency practitioners from David Rubin, Paul Appleton and Asher Miller, are
negotiating a sale of the business in a bid to preserve the maximum number of
jobs.

JOY employs 370 staff.

Further reading:

Icelandic bank investor Stodir
enters administration

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