One of the largest e-liquid manufacturers in the UK has announced it will list its shares on the London Stock Exchange.
Supreme, which is based in Manchester and owns the KiK and 88vape brands, will be the first British vaping company to go public.
The company, which produces 130,000 bottles of e-liquids a day, is thought to have a market value of £150 million when it floats on Aim, the junior market to the London Stock Exchange. The float is expected in mid-May.
Until now, the company has been solely owned by chief executive Sandy Chadha.