prospective buyers given mid-October deadline

MADE.COM_s-London-flagship-showroom-has-just-reopened-with-a-new-look-(Image-courtesy-of-MADE.COM) has begun discussions with a number of interested parties as part of its formal sale process.

The embattled furniture retailer said it has entered into non-disclosure agreements with prospective buyers, which will now be provided with additional information about the group and invited to put forward non-binding proposals in the middle of October.

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