The concerns govt agencies raised about the Doshis’ ECE empire

The concerns govt agencies raised about the Doshis’ ECE empire
Rahul and Bhavini Doshi are now bankrupt. (Image: Facebook)
Riley Kennedy
On February 12 last year, Bhavini Doshi posted a photo on social media that asked, “What’s the headline of your 2023?”“Bhavini proves what she’s made of!” it said.Three weeks later, receivers were appointed to her and her husband, Rahul Doshi’s, nationwide early childcare education (ECE) business Rainbow Corner Group of Companies.Then the headlines were: “Rainbow Corner owes creditors nearly $20m.”BusinessDesk’s inquiries show several official agencies, including the Tertiary Education...

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