Company behind Specialized's Birmingham Concept Store to be liquidated - BikeBiz
Brum Spesh Concept Store enters creditors voluntary liquidation

The company behind the Specialized Concept Store in Birmingham entered a creditors voluntary liquidation on 5th January, filings reveal. Each concept store is owned by a different limited company, with the Birmingham store being operated by Ananquest, registered in Nottingham.

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The Fort Dunlop store's website says the shop is "closed for refurbishment." It stocked more than 350 Specialized bicycles.

The winding-up is being led by Ball Emily of Leicester, with all contact with Ananquest now going through the insolvency firm FRP Advisory.

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