The LIA UK Pavilion Focuses Again On Light Middle East

Light Middle East

Building on the past successes of the Lighting Industry Association (LIA) and with its status as a Department for International Trade Challenge Partner, the LIA will return for its fourth year to Light Middle East 2017 (17th-19th October, Dubai) with its UK Pavilion.

This Pavilion gives lighting companies a cost effective way to experience what may be a new market to them. It also illustrates the strength and importance of the UK lighting sector.

PrintThe LIA has negotiated an attractive package for those qualifying for a DIT Grant (subject to approval) which has benefited around 40 companies over the past three years.

This package is offered to the whole UK lighting industry and support is available at the show and throughout the process.

The 2016 LIA UK Lighting Pavilion hosted:

Bri-Tek
GAP Lighting
Harvard Engineering
Illuma Lighting
Isotera
Mode Lighting
Multibrands Ltd
PAL Lighting
QVIS Lighting
Rasmi Electronics
Sedna Lighting and the LIA

Eric Riley, sales and marketing director, Illuma Lighting, says: “We’ve exhibited at the Light Middle East Show for several years now and it gives us a great opportunity to showcase our latest products and meet face to face with our customers – year after year. The support from the LIA is fantastic and in allowing us to exhibit under the UK Pavilion this provides us with the ideal platform to exhibit in Dubai and reach our international customers.”

Light Middle East takes place at Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.

For further information visit: http://www.lightme.net

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