Nimlok is proud to announce a new and redesigned series of websites. These sites include the company’s corporate headquarters site, www.nimlok.com, as well as customized sites for each Nimlok branded distributor and dealer. There is an entirely new look and feel accompanying the sites along with fresh, original marketing messages.
Nimlok is known for its custom capabilities, portable modular products, extensive services, and award winning exhibit design.
As Nimlok introduces a refreshed brand, it strives to supply the market with exactly what it demands. The company’s current Flourish campaign exemplifies the new life Nimlok is bringing into the industry. The ancillary messages, Return on Imagination and E.A.S.E, exemplify how Nimlok makes the entire tradeshow process creative and simple for the client.
“The Nimlok brand has been around for 40 years and continues to grow, change and thrive,” said Giles Douglas, president and CEO of Nimlok USA. “For a company with such a long history, we are proud to say that we remain leaders in the industry.”
Also according to Douglas, a refreshed, easy to navigate, optimized, informative, and visually captivating website has a high priority to ensure Nimlok provides a resource that promotes our outstanding custom and portable modular tradeshow solutions. Nimlok distributors and clients are pleased with the results.
One of the primary features of the site is its Design Center. This section of the site is a portfolio of Nimlok exhibit designs and products, which includes custom, rental, environments, the entirely new fast solutions line of portable modular products and accessories, and a full gallery featuring renderings and pictures.
Nimlok is a global leader in delivering face-to-face marketing experiences, including tradeshow exhibits, event environments and permanent solutions for branding spaces. Now in its fourth decade, Nimlok works via a network of 200 partners in 56 countries to provide strategy and execution in custom modular design, construction, installation and dismantle, and storage.
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