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Nedstede en IQ Creative verkopen aandelenbelang in Supperclub aan Brownys & Partners

Nedstede Leisure Participaties heeft per vrijdag 4 december 2020 haar aandelenbelang van 20 procent in Supperclub 2.0 B.V. verkocht.

Ook IQ Creative, het horecaconcern van Bert van der Leden, deed afgelopen vrijdag zijn 80 procent aandelen in de Supperclub van de hand. Bert van der Leden was sinds 1999 eigenaar van de club.

De exploitatie van de beroemde nachtclub is in handen gekomen van het Amsterdamse evenementenproductiebedrijf Brownys & Partners.





Nedstede Groep blijft wel eigenaar van Odeon, het rijksmonument gelegen aan Singel 460, waarin de Supperclub sinds 2015 is gehuisvest.

Nedstede-CEO Michael van de Kuit:

“Brownys & Partners is een gezaghebbende speler in de evenementenbranche, met veel ervaring in het organiseren van onvergetelijke feesten. Als verhuurder van het gebouw Odeon heb ik er alle vertrouwen in dat Brownys na deze coronapandemie van de Supperclub weer dé place to be zal maken.”

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