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Marketing firm collapses with €1.7m debts

A Dublin firm that ran mobile-phone marketing campaigns for Vodafone, Budweiser and TV3 has collapsed with debts of more than €1.7million.

2nd September, 2006

A Dublin firm that ran mobile-phone marketing campaigns for Vodafone, Budweiser and TV3 has collapsed with debts of more than €1.7million.

Textus, which was headed by businessman Paul Mooney, stopped trading in recent weeks after running into cashflow difficulties. Accountant Ken Fennell, of Dublin firm Kavanagh Fennell, has been appointed as liquidator to three companies in the Textus group.

Mooney set up Textus in 2002 with Mark Tierney. The company developed text message and...

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