CCDR promoted Business Reception Areas at Fatacil

The Algarve Acolhe website, a facilitating tool for those looking for business space, was presented for the second consecutive year at Fatacil, […]

O site Algarve welcomes, a facilitating tool for those looking for business space, was presented for the second consecutive year at Fatacil, in Lagoa. 

In just over two years, the platform received 23.000 queries, originating in 51 countries, mostly originating in the national territory, but with a strong impact generated from Spain, Brazil, United Kingdom, France and Germany.

Currently with 74 business areas, Algarve Acolhe already has the latest approved plans (Sotavento Algarvio and Escarpão Business Areas) and new industrial subdivisions (Arneiro / Vale da Venda – Faro; Campo de Baixo – Loulé; Passis do Almargem – Loulé), as well as the changes that took place in the Alcoutim, Guia and Algoz areas.

This decision support tool continues to be updated with regular fieldwork and was available for consultation at the CCDR Algarve stand in the pavilion of the Ministry of Agriculture, Sea, Environment and Spatial Planning (MAMAOT).

One of the highlights of the event was the visit of Minister Assunção Cristas, who was received at the CCDR Algarve stand, on 24 August, by the manager of PO Algarve 21 David Santos and other individuals.

In addition to learning about the results of the implementation of PO Algarve 21, the member of the Government had the opportunity to learn more about the Algarve Acolhe and TASA projects. According to the organization's data, this year 160 visitors were received at the Fair.

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