FRANCHISING | Staff Reporter, Philippines

Philippine cafe chain Bo's Coffee eyes 250 stores by 2022

They are also keen on expanding in the Middle East.

Philippine cafe chain Bo’s Coffee is targeting to have 200 to 250 stores by the end of 2022.

According to a report by Cebu Daily News, this number is twice as large than their current 103-store count. They mentioned that they are looking to have more stores in Luzon.

The coffee chain is also keen on expanding internationally with five more outlets in the Middle East in the next four years, two of them will be in Qatar.

Bo’s Coffee serves a range of blended coffee as well as breakfast, lunch, snacking and dessert options. The chain is promoting their coffee beans which are all locally grown.

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