LuxLive 2013 – The UK’s biggest and best lighting show has just got bigger and better.
Wednesday 20 & Thursday 21 November 2013
- Late evening opening – 9am to 9pm on the first day
- A bigger, better venue – the modern, column-free Earls Court 2
- An exciting new design event – LightFight at LuxLive
- New engaging, interactive content – Lux Magazine Live
- Raft of new exhibitors – including Trilux, Reggiani, Cree, Aurora and Verbatim
LuxLive is the UK’s number one lighting exhibition – and, uniquely, it continues to grow rapidly. Why? Because it delivers return-on-investment for exhibitors with strong live project and client leads.
The LuxLive audience is unparalleled: Over 5,000 visitors – and more than a third are end users and lighting designers.
End users included Asda, B&Q, Estée Lauder, McDonald’s, Odeon Cinemas, M&S, Foster and Partners, Gatwick Airport, Land Securities, Network Rail, the National Theatre, Pets at Home, Sainsbury’s, Selfridges, Sotheby’s, Harrods, P&O, Transport for London, and numerous local authorities and NHS trusts.
Lighting design practices include all the big names: Speirs & Major, Arup, BDP, Happold, GIA Equation, Light Bureau, Hoare Lea, DPA, Lighting Design International, MBLD, Sutton Vane Associates, Into and Light + Design Associates.
This year there’ll be over 6,000 square metres of event space with 160 stands. Exhibitors already confirmed include Projection, Cooper, Megaman, Glamox, Arrow, EldoLED, Kosnic, PhotonStar, Abacus, Thorlux, Thomas & Betts, Philips Lumileds and NVC to name just a few.
LuxLive is organised by the industry for the industry: the Lighting Industry Association and Lux magazine ensure the event is an integral part of the lighting business.
This year, there’ll be a raft of new innovations: Late evening opening on the first day to 9pm to maximise your exposure and enable networking with new and potential customers.
The organisers of LuxLive has teamed up with the innovative event organisers Light Collective to produce LightFight, a competition between independent lighting design practices that will culminate with a grand final on the first evening. It will benefit from an extensive marketing programme which starts in late spring and will build excitement and ensure maximum participation.
On both days, all-day interactive content in the new 216 square-metre Lux Magazine Live area will educate and entertain in
equal measure. Three further theatres including the acclaimed EcoLight conference will provide a rolling programme of talks, seminars and debates in key sectors such as retail, casual dining, hospitality, transport,
offices and industry.
Can you afford to miss out on the lighting sector’s premier route to market?
For exhibiting opportunities, call Lucy Wykes now on 020 3283 4387
or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To download the LuxLive 2012 Visitor Profile, click here.