Tale is the founder of several publishing organisations and a chain of successful bookstores and, until recently, was the president of Gabala FC football club and Gabala Sports Club.
His work has helped to promote education and literacy in Azerbaijan, while increasing knowledge of the country’s history and culture abroad.
Educated at the LSE, with an MSc in International Security and Global Governance from Birkbeck College, Tale is passionate about sharing Azerbaijan’s rich history and culture.
Tale has transformed Gabala FK into one of Azerbaijan’s most successful offering and a regular in the UEFA Europa League. He also created Gabala FK Academy & Gabala Sports Club, driving forward elite sports.
Tale established what has now become Azerbaijan’s leading publishing house and book shop franchise with six branches across Baku and planned expansions at home and abroad.
BLOGS & ARTICLES
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