‘I don’t expect to get a penny back’ - companies left £2.6m out of pocket after Tour of Britain organiser’s collapse

20 companies are owed money by SweetSpot according to a newly released report

Wout van aert on the podium of the 2023 Tour of Britain
(Image credit: Zac Williams/SWpix.com)

SweetSpot, the former organiser of the Tour of Britain and Women’s Tour, is facing debts amounting to more than £2.6million. 

The company entered liquidation in January, when it appointed recovery firm KRE Corporate Recovery to handle the business. Now, a detailed statement of SweetSpot’s affairs has been released, dated at the time of liquidation, detailing a sum of £2,618,524.31 owed to 20 creditors. 

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