The New York-based bakery-cafe chain has registered and finalized its franchise disclosure document.
Paris Baguette has released its finalized franchise disclosure document, signaling its intention to do business in Canada. The brand has established itself across the U.S. and has its eyes set on developing locations in the busy cities and provinces of Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver and many more.
“We look forward to building our footprint in Canada through franchising,” said Gregg Koffler, vice president of franchise sales and development.
“Consumers are continuing to choose quick-service restaurants and, as such, we see a great deal of opportunity for business owners looking for a tried and true business model, that offers gourmet menu selections for dine-in, delivery or takeout.
“We offer multi-faceted store footprints and our concept succeeds in a variety of environments, from city centers to suburban shopping complexes.
“Pairing that with our global identity and real estate team, we are confident that Paris Baguette is positioned to resonate with an array of communities in Canada.”
Paris Baguette was able to expand and progress during the pandemic by virtue of its variety of to-go and take-out options for customers. This is partially why the brand was able to conclude franchise agreements during the rough period.
This marks a period of expansion for the brand, as it only recently concluded a deal to open six new locations in Long Island, New York.
Paris Baguette was founded in 1988 and operates over 82 corporate-owned and franchise bakery-cafe‘s throughout the U.S and over 4,000 around the world.