The company’s Blantyre Branch Administrator, Mabvuto Zumani, says the fair has provided a platform for potential customers to enquire more about their products.
“We have met close to eighty potential customers who we have exchanged contacts with for business. These people will one day buy plots from us or get some other services from us.
“Apart from door frames and plots, other services which we have showcased include house maintenance on credit, architectural designing and title deed processing.
“We have just clocked eight years of existence in business. For that reason, we have introduced promotions whereby people can buy plots and pay in instalments in Blantyre – Lunzu,” said Zumani.
Zumani says the fair has also potential to advance the Malawi 2063 Vision.
“We are bringing development to areas where there was no development. We are providing roads to areas where we are selling plots. People are buying plots and build good infrastructures which is in line with the 2063 Vision,” he said.
President Lazarus Chakwera opened the 3nd fair on Friday last week under the theme "Achieving Business Resilience through Market Diversity".