The Dutch retail chain for refurbished Apple products Leapp has found a buyer after going bankrupt in June this year. The company announced the bankruptcy due to financial problems. Ever since the bankruptcy, several companies showed interest in taking over the Apple reseller in the Netherlands.
Following the latest development, Nobel Capital, the new owner of Leapp will own a majority of the shares in the company. However, the exact amount that was invested remains undisclosed. Still, the founder of Leapp, Rogier van Camp will also be a shareholder.