Health monitor firm backed by Digicel winds up with big loss

Health monitor firm backed by Digicel winds up with big loss

Motech had losses of €3.96 million, according to its last accounts, from 2017, up from €2.33 million in losses the previous year

Motech, a health device firm backed by Denis O’Brien’s Digicel, is being liquidated after a decision to voluntarily wind up the company.

Motech had losses of €3.96 million, according to its last accounts, from 2017, up from €2.33 million in losses the previous year. It had not filed accounts with the Companies Office since 2017.

Several senior Digicel executives were involved at the firm, which started up in 2012 and described itself as the leading provider of...

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