MARK Wright’s fitness app Train Wright has been hit by a £20k loss after their work colleague has gone bankrupt.
The app offers hundreds of workouts and healthy meals to transform people’s lives – and costs users just £7.42 a month for one year.
だが マーク, 35, has now been hit by the collapse of Catalyst Global.
Paperwork in at Companies House have revealed that Train Wright is owed more than £20k after Catalyst Global co-founder George Gazzard voluntarily put the company into liquidation.
This has been reported in a document called a Statement of Affairs.
The debts reported are offset by monies set to be raised from company assets, with an estimated loss reported on the bottom-line at £258k.
79 individuals and companies are owed over £548k from the demise of the brand creation firm.
Mark’s brand isn’t the only reality TV linked business that has been affected.
The likes of トム・デーリー, who launched his knitwear brand Made with Love with help from the firm, is owed money.
Love Island’s Dr Alex George also had help from Catalyst Global to launch his range of self care products Prescribd.
I’m A Celebrity winner Giovanna Fletcher has also lost £41.82 after the firm assisted her Happy Mum Happy Baby brand.
Other companies such as Lloyds Bank, The Samaritans, Moss Bros, Google and Facebook have also been left out of pocket.