Hong Kong International Lighting Fair (Spring Edition)
6 – 9th April, 2016.
Hong Kong, China.
Hall of Aurora is a space especially created to showcase branded lighting collections. A handsome decor ensures a suitable setting for elegant designs, both contemporary and classic. More than 240 brands appeared in the Hall in 2015.
LED & Green Lighting continues its global momentum as consumers and business adopt energy-efficient lighting. The Chinese mainland market for environmentally-friendly lighting is growing rapidly and the Spring Edition is the ideal platform for trading in both functional and decorative LEDs and Green Lighting.
World of Professional and Industrial Lighting is a showcase for lighting fixtures and systems which have applications in very specific situations. These include Emergency and Safety Lights, large venue lighting and industrial environments.
Avenue of Chandeliers allows exhibitors to make a major impact as their glittering offerings draw buyers’ attention. The chandelier, in both modern and traditional styles, is having a fashion resurgence with interior decorators and stylists.
Advertising Display Lighting is now recognised as an important marketing tool. Specialists in lighting for effective merchandising and promotional events will show to advantage here.
More exhibiting categories
- Business of IP Zone
- Commercial Lighting
- Decorative Lighting
- Lighting Accessories, Parts & Components
- Outdoor Lighting
- Trade Service & Publications
With so many exhibitors, and so many significant industry players under one roof, the fair is an indicator of future trends. Smart Lighting, especially lighting controlled by smart phones, laptops and tablets, is an unstoppable trend with smart systems, the Internet of Things, and all-connected systems being the way of the future. Eco lighting, especially the versatility of LEDS, remains strong. Jo Shum, Senior Director and General Manager of Lighting Hong Kong and Macau, Philips Electronics Hong Kong said: “ Major companies are focused on digitisation, flexibility and smart networks… emerging countries need smarter and more environmentally healthy solutions.”