HKTDC Lighting Fair Expects Strong April Show

Under the theme of “Connecting the World with Innovations for Better Living,” the Hong Kong International Lighting Fair (Spring Edition) features 600+ exhibitors from Hong Kong, Mainland China, Canada, Germany, Hungary, India, New Zealand, Taiwan, as well as first-time participants from San Marino and pavilions from Mainland’s Foshan, Xiamen, and Zhongshan.

A variety of lighting products and solutions are conveniently arranged in themed zones to facilitate sourcing. The fair’s premium section, the Hall of Aurora, shines a spotlight on renowned brands and their creative designs. The Connected and Smart Lighting zone presents the latest lighting solutions, including systems that help save energy and build a smarter home or office. Other lighting sectors are also covered at the fair, including Commercial Lighting, Decorative Lighting, Residential Lighting and Technical Lighting.

As well as sourcing, the fair allows industry players to assess the latest trends and technological developments in this vibrant industry. A not-to-be-missed event is the Asian Lighting Forum, co-organized by the Hong Kong Electronics & Technologies Association and the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers. Renowned speakers share their insights on the latest topics from human-centric and smart lighting solutions to sustainability developments and world-class lighting designs that transform ambience.

This year, the fair adopts the EXHIBITION+ hybrid model, providing buyers with sourcing opportunities not only at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, but also through the HKTDC smart business matching platform Click2Match and the Sourcing platform. It also enables buyers to schedule and conduct online meetings with local and overseas exhibitors via Click2Match for an extended period from April 12-22.

Concurrent Events

The HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Spring Edition) and InnoEx have created synergistic events to offer more cross-over business and networking opportunities for buyers and exhibitors. The tree fairs provide abundant trading opportunities and good potential for crossover business activities among the participants from various sectors.

Register for free admission here

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