Bob and Berts, a leading independent coffee shop chain founded in Northern Ireland, has continued its expansion in Scotland with the opening of a new store in Dunfermline. The new store represents a £300,000 investment and will create 30 new jobs locally.
The business has 16 stores in Northern Ireland and opened its first Scottish store in Falkirk in October. Bob and Berts will open a third store in Scotland in Kirkcaldy in early 2019.
Bob and Berts was founded in 2013 by Colin McClean, with his brother-in-law David Ferguson joining the business in 2015. A casual coffee shop serving up coffee, cakes, sweet treats, all-day breakfast, hot dogs, burgers and more, Bob and Berts has become a firm favourite amongst the people of Northern Ireland and has so far been well received in Scotland.
David Ferguson, Director of Bob and Berts, said: “We can’t believe how quickly the people of Scotland have taken to Bob and Berts and our Falkirk store has really hit the ground running. We’re delighted to be opening our second Scotland store in Dunfermline so the people of the area can experience what we have to offer here in Bob and Berts.”
Colin McClean, Founder of Bob and Berts, added: “We believe that Bob and Berts has become an integral part of the community in every town we’re based in. From supporting local sports teams and clubs, to raising money for local charities and schools, we love being involved in every aspect of the local community.
“Dunfermline will be no different and we’re already looking at ways to support and be part of the community.”
Bob and Berts’ Dunfermline store will be open from 8am to 6pm Monday to Sunday.
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