BeatBullying's technology CIC has not filed accounts with Companies House
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BeatBullying's technology CIC has not filed accounts with Companies House

22 Oct 2014 | Finance | Kirsty Weakley
Tags: Funding

A software community interest company set up by the BeatBullying Group in 2012 is almost a year late filing its first set of accounts.

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BeatBullying's technology CIC has not filed accounts with Companies House

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