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Nexus Collections doubles North American business

Howard Lawton
Nexus Collections has seen a significant increase in enquiries and confirmed business from Canada, Mexico and the US.
New business enquiries totalling nearly 20,000 environmentally friendly conference bags have been received by Nexus Collections during the last quarter from major events in North America.  These include significant orders for delivery into Europe on behalf of US clients.


The significant growth in international business reflects Nexus Collection’s ongoing focus on creative solutions to international shipping, which ensures all products (whether conference bags or conference gifts) arrive fully branded and on time, no matter the location.

“Through excellent relationships with our fair-trade factories and suppliers we ship globally at short notice to events of all sizes,” comments Managing Director of Nexus Collections, Howard Lawton.  “Since taking over the business at the start of 2019 I have focused on streamlining our import and export processes, using knowledge gained through more than 15 years shipping tech equipment around the world.  This has resulted in quicker lead times for clients, more fluid delivery processes and ultimately confidence that Nexus will deliver no matter the circumstances. 

Lawton continues: “This growth in North American business is testament to our team focusing on long term relationships with global associations with rotating conferences.  Rather than constantly switching suppliers our clients recognise that a tried and trusted solution is far more reliable than a local unknown.  It also shows that despite fears from many import and export business over Brexit it is currently business as usual.  Clients want quality and reliability in their suppliers, ultimately the political situation is secondary to delivering a great event.”

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