Manchester news Businessman who helped Molly-Mae set up fake tan brand leaves role Manchester united news

PremierLeague-News.Com - The move leaves the former Love Island star as the company's sole director

Manchester news Businessman who helped Molly-Mae set up fake tan brand leaves role Manchester united news

PremierLeague-News.Com - The move leaves the former Love Island star as the company's sole director

Manchester news Businessman who helped Molly-Mae set up fake tan brand leaves role Manchester united news
25 November 2022 - 10:15

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A business partner of influencer Molly-Mae Hague who helped her launch a fake tan brand has resigned as as the company's director. According to a document filed with Companies House, George Gazzard no longer holds the position at Filter by Molly-Mae. Mr Gazzard had been a director since November last year alongside the former Love Island star. Filter by Molly-Mae is registered at Liverpool's Royal Liver Building while the influencer, who is the creative director at Manchester's PrettyLittleThing, is now the company's sole director. READ MORE: Click here to sign up to the BusinessLive North West newsletter The move comes after the businessman's Catalyst Global, which he co-founded, entered liquidation in September.

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. (Image: PrettyLittleThing) They include former TOWIE star Mark Wright's fitness app Train Wright which was owed more than £20,000 as well as Keith Lemon's YMS Apparel which was owed over £2,400. Catalyst Global had previously partnered with Tom Daley to launch his Made With Love knitwear brand. Overall, 79 individuals and companies were owed more than £548,000 when Catalyst Global entered liquidation. READ NEXT: 'China's Rupert Murdoch' steps down as director of Man City parent company City Football Group Danish Crown to open £100m bacon factory and create 300 jobs in Greater Manchester Fresh plans revealed for huge new 'fully-sustainable eco tower' near Piccadilly station Cheshire Cheese Company owner sells up after huge Brexit costs leaves firm 'unviable' Manchester made £30m from sold-out Harry Styles gigs at Old Trafford

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