For over 20 years Forum Algarve has positioned itself close to the people and continues to do so. The shopping centre has become part of people’s daily lives, filling some of their needs, facilitating access to new brands and exclusive shops such as Gant, Nespresso, GMS and Samsung, as well as providing new concepts and a wide range of unique experiences and events for the entire region.
But times change and Forum Algarve has kept up with this new reality, seeking to maintain the versatility of its offer and services. More than that, it has managed to sustain the trust of its visitors, winning new ones with a strong value proposition where it asserts itself with its ‘everything so close’ motto. Overcoming the most recent economic and social challenges, this trust has earned them the attribution of the 5-Star Consumers Award for the fourth consecutive year, which is also reflected in the daily feedback it has received. Signs of solidity and effort, in favour of an increasingly dynamic and multipurpose shopping centre.
But serving a purpose in the community is also bringing in new concepts. That is the reason why Forum Algarve has focused over the last year on further complementing and diversifying the mix of shops, from the offer of toys and children’s products, with Centroxogo, to its food court with the opening of the first Tomatino shop and My Kai Pokê Bowls in the Algarve. In what fashion is concerned, Forum Algarve welcomed the first Vans shop in the region, and Primor, a cosmetics brand that will be opening soon and will be one of the centre’s most recent anchors due to its dimension and concept.
The year will end with the usual Christmas magic, although it is too early to reveal all the details. The truth is that with this offer and the typical dynamics of Forum Algarve during the festive period, it is certain that will be unique, so keep an eye out for more news to come on this soon.