Management consultancy firm Machia will be closing its doors for good at the end of this month, Founder Edward Cachia revealed earlier today.
Mr Cachia took to social media to offer some insight into his decision.
“Current market conditions made it untenable to keep on operating as a firm,” he explained.
“As I always say, if an idea doesn’t work either change it or kill it and the changes that were on the table made me unhappy therefore it was time to bid farewell to Machia.”
Mr Cachia spoke of how companies come and go, and how when their time is up, there is nothing left to do except liquidate.
While admitting that these have been “a good five enjoyable years”, Mr Cachia confirmed that he will soon be announcing his “new position within the management consultancy industry.”
We would like to wish Mr Cachia the best of luck in his future ventures.
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