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Stoys assists Leisureplanet.

Struggling Leisureplanet.com – an e-business international leisure travel provider – has gone into administration and appointed BDO Stoy Hayward to act on their behalf. Malcolm Cohen and Tony Supperstone of BDO, will look to sell company assets during administration, while the company directors are hopeful the company will re-emerge as a smaller, but profitable business-to-business company focussing on the distribution of hotel content.

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