At its peak Pravda was at the forefront of Manchester’s creative scene, winning national awards and an enviable client list. Now Pravda is no more, as its owners called in the liquidators. But plans are afoot that will see the team re-emerge, refreshed and ready to tackle an evolving industry. But why did they decide to close? And what of those that lie in the wake of the failed business?
Why did Pravda go into voluntary liquidation?
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