TALLINN - The U.S. sandwiches and salads franchise chain Subway, which announced of expanding to Estonia at the start of the year 2012, has finally concluded a contract with a franchise partner and hopes to conclude a rental contract to open two fast food places, LETA/Postimees Online reports.
The chain’s regional development manager Justin Goes said that news about this could be expected in the next couple of weeks.
Goes admitted that the company had problems with expansion at the beginning of the year but now everything moves in the right direction.
Subwayplans to open around 20-25 restaurants in Estonia in the next 7 years. These would be located all over Estonia but mainly in Tallinn and its vicinity.