Interest in 'insolvent' Supie's assets not enough to stop liquidation vote

Interest in 'insolvent' Supie's assets not enough to stop liquidation vote
Supie founder Sarah Balle. (Image: Supplied)
Riley Kennedy
The administrators of Supie have been approached by “various parties” showing interest in different aspects of the business, with those owed money having to vote on the online grocer’s future on Thursday.But given the state of the group's finances and no plan put forward to save it, it's almost certainly heading to liquidation.Supie was put into voluntary administration by its founder, Sarah Balle, early last week after the underwriter of its $3 million capital raise got cold feet and pulled out.LiquidationIts dem...

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