Nimlok, a division of Orbus Exhibit & Display Group, is proud to introduce several new educational resources – including a five-chapter digital guide book – all aimed at helping exhibitors of all levels improve planning, preparations, performance and ROI in their trade shows and events.
New educational resources include:
- Beginner to Winner e-book: Nimlok’s free Beginner to Winner e-book is designed to help event marketers of all levels to exhibit better at their trade show. The e-book features chapters on goal setting, trade show exhibit design, the planning required to create and execute a trade show marketing campaign and more. After reading this e-book, exhibitors can confidently take actionable steps to improve their trade show programs. Download the e-book at www.nimlok.com/learn-to-exhibit-better.
Nimlok’s Beginner to Winner e-book helps exhibitors improve their trade show programs in five concise chapters.
- Top 100 Trade Show Listing: Choosing the right exhibit is an important decision for all exhibitors. To help exhibitors choose the right show or event for their brand and goals, Nimlok devised a list of the top ten trade shows of ten popular industries.
- Testimonial Videos: From selling products to raising brand awareness to beating out the competition, Nimlok’s clients share their stories and explain how a strategic trade show exhibit solutions helped them achieve goals. Learn from these real exhibitors with Nimlok’s newest playlist, featuring newly added videos.
Nimlok and its network of expert distributors are committed to educating clients on best practices for achieving trade show success. Additional free educational resources can be found at www.nimlok.com/learning-center.
A division of Orbus Exhibit & Display Group, Nimlok is a global leader in delivering face-to-face marketing experiences, including trade show 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 exhibit design, construction, installation, dismantling and storage.