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Sarah Balle explains Supie failure to stakeholders

Founder both proud and devastated, she said, in being unable to deliver on ‘shared vision’ for better grocery system.

Supie founder Sarah Balle.

Dita De Boni Wed, 08 Nov 2023

Supie founder Sarah Balle has contacted shareholders of the company to explain its placement into voluntary administration, saying the investor who had chipped in $3 million for the company’s most recent capital raising round got cold feet in the final seven weeks of company trading, which had

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