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Exhibition company rebrands

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Prime Events, a well-known provider of exhibition and project management services to companies in the photonics industry, has been relaunched as Lincoln West Exhibition Consultancy.

The company has already built up a strong portfolio of clients across travel, advanced manufacturing, broadcasting and technology sectors within the European exhibition industry, including VisitBritain, Pfeiffer and Messe Stuttgart.

According to Steve Lindsey, director of Lincoln West, the new branding has been launched to give the business 'a broader global appeal while still communicating the business's core passion of quality exhibition management.'

'The new name, new brand and the launch of the company’s new website signify the innovative change in the services the company offers,' he says. 'The re-branding from Prime Events to Lincoln West is massively important in communicating the value of an exhibition consultancy. Many of our clients had previously found the idea of exhibiting too daunting, either because of the volume of work, or the specialist skills it takes to get their investment right. We want more organisations to use exhibitions to sell their businesses; through us they can access the experience it takes to really make their investment work through.'

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