Self-Build Modular Stands
For the pop-up portable or shell scheme exhibitor looking for greater visual impact for their exhibition stand, our self-build modular solutions are likely to be the next step for your business.
A modular exhibition stand that can be self built incorporates the wow factor from Nimlok’s design team with the flexibility and affordability of self build.
While self builds can deliver value for the resourceful and hands-on exhibitor, we will always ensure that you choose the right option for you, your budget and your business. Watch our self-build video to find out more about the assembly process involved with self build stands.
The Versatile solution
Although the initial stand will be designed to fit an exact stand size, the versatile nature of the modular structure enables ongoing reconfiguration for varying stand spaces you may require in the future.
Self build gives you complete flexibility to exhibit wherever you want and the beauty of modular stands is that they can extend and adapt as your business grows, with the option to hire additional components for even greater impact on larger installations.
Self-build modular stand projects will receive the same care and attention from our designers as a project managed stand would.
We will invite you to our showroom for an initial consultation and once the final design has been approved, we will provide assembly training prior to first installation.
We are always ready to assist and can provide refreshed graphics and architecture as you require it.
Stretch Your Budget
Reap more Rewards
Our unique blend of bespoke hired architecture with custom features and graphics delivers beautiful stands that stretch beyond the realms of conventional custom design and build.
Amplify every aspect of your Exhibition presence
The most important sales tools your team can use at a show are those that help to engage. Engagement can help drive footfall, build relationships, generate leads, add value and ultimately deliver return on investment by creating positive interactions.