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2023 ArchLIGHT Summit Opens Exhibitor Registration, Call for Speakers

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November 2, 2022

ArchLIGHT Summit, the new lighting trade event and educational platform for the architectural, specification and design communities, has opened exhibitor registration and a call for speakers. The next edition, taking place Tuesday, September 19 and Wednesday, September 20, 2023, will welcome lighting designers, architects, interior designers, specifiers and students to review new products, network, and attend a wide range of seminars.

Dallas Market Center (DMC) launched ArchLIGHT Summit in September 2021, establishing a platform for product innovations from lighting exhibitors plus a robust educational program. The second edition, held in September 2022, had a 22% increase in exhibitor participation and a 34% increase in attendance.

“We invite the community of lighting decision makers and thought leaders to join us for our fall show when we will unite products, people and purpose to create better business,” said Cindy Morris, President & CEO of DMC.

For exhibitors, the show presents the opportunity to reach the architectural, specification, and design communities seeking commercial lighting brands that represent the leading edge of innovation and technology. The expo portion of ArchLIGHT Summit on the first floor of the Trade Mart will feature exhibitors representing all facets of the commercial lighting spectrum. Custom sponsorship and marketing packages are also available to increase visibility, with complete information available here  and Exhibitor Registration here 

Speakers are invited to submit proposals consistent with the show’s mission to be boldly different and actively inclusive. The most sought-after sessions will be those that break the mold of traditional presentations and panels, in favor of more experiential learning and honest discussions. To submit a proposal click here 

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