After these three new Brandshops in Meknes, Témara and Marrakech, the world-renowned phone manufacturer Samsung now has 21 commercial sites in Morocco.
The company continues to expand its presence in the North African kingdom by opening new stores and educational establishments. The latest openings are part of a broader strategy to make Samsung products and accessories more accessible to the Moroccan market, the company said in a press release.
Currently, Samsung operates outlets in 21 towns and villages in Morocco. These are Casablanca, Mohammedia, El Jadida, Rabat, Temara, Marrakech, Fez, Tangier, Agadir, Tetouan, Kenitra, Taza, Oujda and Meknes. Samsung said its latest products will be on display for customers to see at the three new stores. “Visitors will have access to the brand’s most exclusive and innovative offers while ensuring product authenticity and warranty. Of course, the latest Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3 will be on display, as will the new Galaxy Watch 4 smartwatches,” the company said.
Samsung also said customers will be able to access several free support services in the new store. A team of specialist representatives will teach customers how to use their devices and help visitors access all the functions of their Samsung products.
Concluding its press release, Samsung said it “is constantly committed to connecting with its customers and providing them with the best possible service. Samsung is one of the many Asian phone makers that are expanding into the booming African market. While Western phone companies like Apple remain focused on their customers in developed countries, companies like Samsung and Chinese manufacturer Huawei have long had a presence in Africa’s growing economy.