It will also afford contractors and real estate sector players the opportunity to have first-hand information on building and construction material innovations and establish business contacts for purposes of future business interactions.
Kimo Home, which is a headline sponsor of the event, is expected to exhibit a variety of tiles and other related products that it retails to the hundreds of people and businesses expected to attend.
Ms Joyce Apoera of the marketing department of the company, who disclosed this to the Daily Graphic, added that the decision to participate in the event was to give Kimo Home the opportunity to showcase its innovative products to the general public.
"We think it is a good ground to market the company, interact with our partners and establish new contacts," she said.
Kimo Home has been operating in the country for over two decades. The company's product line includes wall, floor, porcelain and ceramic tiles, granite, marble, branded sanitary ware, complete kitchen sets, window blinds and electrical accessories.
Kimo Home currently imports from world-renowned industry leaders such as Ideal Standard, Grohe, Franke and Forma, among others.
The company recently opened a new branch in Takoradi in the Western Region, and Ms Apoera said Kimo Home was now poised to meet the increasing demands of its customers.
"We want to give them a one-stop shop for major home finishing material," she said.
She added that the company had put together a team of experts to frequently assist clients with any challenges related to products purchased.
That, she said, was meant to ensure that client satisfaction was attained. Ms Apoera added that customers who did repetitive demands and purchases of the company's products had a loyalty membership service that entitled them to special privileges and discounts in all its showrooms nationwide.