Computer accessories supplier zebologies sells computers and mobile phones and other electronic devices.
Its customers include Apple, Amazon, and Samsung, and it has a growing presence in the United States.
It’s been on a hiring spree in recent months, as it has been acquiring more brands and cutting deals with other tech companies.
Zebologies shares were up 0.6% to $27.83 in early trading on Monday.
Zebologies CEO Scott McVicar told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation on Monday that he’s been looking for a new buyer for about a year.
McVicars office has been vacant for more than a year, he said, and he’d been trying to find a buyer since February.
“We’ve been doing some preliminary talks and it’s pretty clear that there are quite a few people out there that have a genuine interest in buying Zebology, and that’s where we’ve been trying our best to get them involved,” McVidar said.
“We’re going to try to make it work.”
McVeigh and Zebologist CEO Paul Pendergast had previously declined to comment on the company’s future.