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May 27, 2019

Guangzhou International Lighting Exhibition opening from June 9 to 11
Guangzhou International Lighting Exhibition will once again welcome fairgoers to its renowned THINKLIGHT event programme. This year the organisers have invited some of the leading figures from the lighting community to contribute to the programme through a lineup of talks, presentations and panel discussions. The concurrent event programme promises to be an ideal platform for the lighting community to exchange insights across various sectors and industries.
     Commenting on this year’s THINKLIGHT event programme, Ms Lucia Wong, Deputy General Manager of Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd, said: “Thanks to the support and positive response from the lighting industry over the years, we are able to continue offering a dynamic event programme alongside the exhibition. We have organised a comprehensive concurrent event programme where we hope to encourage and inspire ideas and maybe even some industry breakthroughs.”
     Thousands of participants will make use of the informative trade fair event programme to join some of the leading experts from the global lighting community in discussing what is next for lighting. The event programme on the main stage will be completely comprised of panel discussions in order to bring together multiple voices and invite a greater level of discussion.
     The era of 5G will be explored in greater detail as Signify and Guangzhou & Chinese Academy of Sciences show how the ability to interconnect different applications could revolutionise the lighting industry. “The Convergent Future” will also be examined by the Shanghai Pudong Intelligent Lighting Association where smart lighting and cross-sector integration is becoming an undeniable trend.
     The THINKLIGHT forum promises to once again offer an engaging series of discussions and presentations that seek to bring different sectors of the lighting industry together and facilitate high-level talks on pressing issues. Ms Wong adds: “The lighting industry has changed and evolved into so much more. Born from these changes are new products and design ideas as well as increased connectivity. This has encouraged the lighting community to think ahead and interpret new trends that present lighting in a new dimension. I am confident that participants will discover a wealth of new knowledge from our extensive event programme.”
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