French Bakery Chain PAUL to Enter Georgian Market

French bakery chain PAUL will open its first Georgian branch in the country’s capital Tbilisi in April.

PAUL will be the second bakery/café chain to operate in Georgia.

Entrée, a joint Franco-Georgian chain, began operating in Georgia in 2008. It currently has 10 outlets throughout the country as well as a branch in Baku, Azerbaijan, opened In 2015.

PAUL has already announced that it is currently in the process of hiring staff for the Tbilisi branch, which will be located in the city’s Vake district.

Founded in 1889 in northern France, PAUL currently has 436 cafes in 30 countries.

05 February 2016 21:39