Category Archives: Exhibit Display Cases


Balancing Compliance With Environmental Sustainability

While it’s important for the legal cannabis industry to ensure patients have access to medicine, push for policy that removes the plant from the purview of law enforcement, and proactively address the harms of the drug war, there’s one area of social justice that directly impacts the lives of every human: protecting the environment.

From increased awareness of illegal trespass grows to the importance of sustainable farming practices and much more, cannabis business owners and operators must find a way to prioritize environmental sustainability while also building a viable industry. In this post, we explore why tackling plastic packaging and the waste from vape products is the first order of business.

The Plastic & E-Waste Problem

E-cigarettes and cannabis vaping have increased in popularity over the last decade. As a result, there’s an even greater burden on the environment with batteries, pods, and pens winding up in landfill and increasing the risk of ground and water contamination. Between China’s role as the epicenter of vape component manufacturing, and legal cannabis existing under state-led regulatory structures as opposed to federal legalization, there is no central recycling or other disposal program in place to help consumers understand how to properly dispose of e-waste.

At the same time, legal markets mandating the use of single-use, child-resistant, and other protective packaging in addition to exit bags at retail has contributed to the industry’s continued reliance upon plastic, despite the rampant pollution it causes.

Exploring Solutions

These realities underscore the critical need for the industry to seek out innovative solutions that balance legal compliance with environmental sustainability. Companies have started sourcing other materials for their packaging designs including glass, hemp, and even plastic removed from the ocean. On the retail side, some stores have activated loyalty programs to encourage customers to return packaging to the store for recycling. And individual jurisdictions have started educating consumers about what’s recyclable, reusable, or trash from their cannabis product packaging.

Driven in part by the coronavirus outbreak placing Chinese manufacturing on hold, cannabis companies are already looking to American sources for managing possible lapses in the supply chain. If adopted on a larger scale, with time, the move could ultimately shift vape manufacturing to the U.S., making it possible to create a system of domestic production in which setting and enforcing national guidelines for environmental sustainability will be the utmost priority.

Join us for many educational panels on these topics the upcoming Cannabis Business Summit in San Francisco, happening September 29 – October 1, 2020 at Moscone Center. The National Cannabis Industry Association started advocating for a responsible cannabis industry a decade ago, and in celebration of its 10th year, NCIA brings its business-to-business cannabis tradeshow to the birthplace of the medical cannabis movement. Cannabis business owners and operators won’t want to miss this opportunity to meet industry leaders, explore products and services to help grow their business, and learn the latest insights from the industry’s largest and most influential trade association.

Exhibit showcases at boutiques

Exhibit showcases are the best option to impress potential customers. In them a whole context is placed to make stand out what is desired. In addition, it is possible to place all kinds of objects that make the work stand out.

It’s common to see the exhibit display cases in the sideboards of stores. However, their uses range from museums to galleries. Another characteristic of these showcases is their large space. They are always large objects to exhibit when they are these showcases.

A very nice option is also to use mannequins. This way, inside the showcases they will look great.

Just contact us for more!

exhibit display cases

Exhibit showcases for museums and galleries

The exhibit showcases are used for different purposes. Most of them are held in exhibition halls.

In them it is possible to store all kinds of objects, mannequins and even paintings. With the only purpose of exposing them, the exhibit showcases have diverse tools for their use. They can be from adjusters, to holders that will have above or below to leave suspended an object. There is also the option of vacuum sealing for a permanent gallery. In this way the damage or loss of the object will be avoided.

We have different options but the designs can always be made by you. However, you must know how to choose carefully your finishes or specifications.

Just contact us for more. However, our lines are always open!

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Jewelry islands

Economy Line Cases

If the store is considerably larger they will set up a few jewelry islands in different sections of the shop. But, don’t exaggerate.

Once installed a jewelry island should allow for the free flow of the traffic within the store. Typical jewelry islands are four sided. However, it’s still an option.

Quarter vision jewelry showcases, sit downs and full vision cases can be combined. To create each of the corners we can manufacture separate three sided corner jewelry showcases.

Square elevated pedestals can be used to form the corners as well. Their width and depth should be the same as the depth of the jewelry cases forming the island.

Jewelry showcase

Design your own showcase

What is the improvement offered by our company? Easy: your satisfaction.

Thanks to our different lines of communication, we assure to give you the best attention, the best materials and the satisfaction that our experts will give you when delivering your showcase.
First of all, we receive your design and our manufacturing team will create it for you. Second, the aesthetic details are arranged and in less than 7 days you will have your showcase at home.



When looking to have new display cases made for your customer or yourself, it is always nice to browse the many websites and blogs online that can give you tons of ideas.  One such company is called which truly has done some very nice work these last few years.  This company focuses on the manufacturing of glass display cases that are not made by other companies and it really tries to focus on niche related glass display case designs.



Economy line display cases

Last week we launched our new economy line of glass showcases.  We now offer 3 distinct lines of showcases that will fit into any budget.

Our most popular line is still our classic style which is made to last and build using the best aluminum and steel profiles.

For more information do not hesitate to contact us.


The Management

Economy Line Cases

Economy Line Showcases


We are well known in the museum industry for manufacturing high quality display cabinets within budget.  Our cases use the latest materials and we are always on the forefront when it comes to new designs.

Some of the work we have done recently is shown here below.

Wall Display Cabinets

Wall Display Cases

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The ability to precisely gauge and measure the results of a marketing campaign is essential for modern marketers. Online marketing and analytics software has simplified the task in the digital realm, however, offline-based marketing initiatives, such as trade shows, require special methodologies to accurately track return on investment and campaign success.

Below are three tips on how to measure the success of your trade show marketing campaigns for a more accurate event marketing ROI.

Tip 1: Define Goals
Heading into a trade show without clear goals is like heading into a big game without a game plan. Outlining trackable goals that can be assessed with a simple, “yes” or “no” answer is a fast and effective way for measuring the success of your event and proving ROI.

Examples of “yes” or “no” questions:

  • Did you reach your goal of 150 fresh leads?
  • Did you increase your visitor numbers by 20%?
  • Did you collect contact information on at least 5 new vendors?
  • Did you increase traffic to your site by 15% during your trade show campaign?
  • Did you meet with 10 current clients at the show?

Closed-ended goals like the ones listed above give you a quick glance at whether or not you were able to reach your trade show objectives and also gives you an instant look at your ROI. Open-ended goals such as networking, keeping up with competitors and raising brand awareness, are important to track, but are also difficult to quantify keep this in mind when setting your goals, as open-ended benefits of attending a trade show may not give a clear picture of your ROI immediately following an event.

Tip 2: Track Leads
Fresh sales leads acquired on the show floor can quickly become high-value prospects and, eventually, well-established clients. Tracking your trade show leads allows you the opportunity to see how leads generated at trade shows perform against other types of qualified leads, which in turn helps you quantify the value of trade show marketing.

Tips for tracking trade show leads:

  • Using your CRM software, create unique tags for each event you exhibit at throughout the year and group leads according to their proper tag
  • Record revenue generated from each tagged lead and assign revenue to respective events
  • Track the conversion rate of your trade show leads and compare it to the conversion rates of other lead types

By understanding the value of each trade show lead, you gain a clearer picture of an event’s true ROI. You will also be to compare and contrast the value of lead yield per event, giving you the ability to carefully select events that have a history of strong ROI.

Tip 3: Establish an Average Trade Show Client Value
After creating solid goals and setting up a framework for tracking leads, it is now time to determine the average value of clients gained from trade shows. Have your sales director provide you with the number of closed trade show leads and the total revenue they generated. Then, divide the total revenue generated by the number of closed trade show leads and you should have an accurate average value of each trade show client. For example, if 10 event leads generated $1,000 in sales, the average value of each lead is $100.

Benefits of calculating average trade show client value:

  • Generates more accurate average trade show client value over time, as you attend more events
  • Allows you the opportunity to compare differences in ROI and client value between similar trade shows and events
  • Creates a sound basis for assigning monetary value to trade show leads

Learn More About Increasing Trade Show ROI
Learn more strategies and tactics to increase your trade show return on investment and download Nimlok’s Trade Show ROI Playbook.

Inside you will find:

  • Actionable tips for setting goals, choosing the right show and reaching the right people
  • Formulas for calculating potential trade show ROI and actual trade show ROI
  • Checklists for pre-, during- and post-show marketing tactics

This and other trade show planning and budgeting tools for exhibitors are available at