Products in the Spotlight at the Hong Kong Lighting Fair

Hong Kong International Lighting FairHONG KONG-The sixth edition of the Hong Kong International Lighting Fair-Spring Edition will run from April 6-9 at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.

The fair will assemble more than 1,000 exhibitors from 13 countries and regions, displaying diverse and creative lighting products with trend-setting elements or innovative design, catering to both the consumer and the commercial markets.

For the first time, Malaysia and Jiangmen from the Chinese mainland are among the show's group pavilions, leveraging on the trading platform to connect with global buyers.

Established lighting product zones include Hall of Aurora, World of LED & Green Lighting, Business of IP Zone, Commercial Lighting, Decorative Lighting, Display World, Lighting Accessories, Parts & Components, Technical & Outdoor Lighting, Trade Services and Publications and World of Chandeliers. Two debut zones are Avenue of Inspiration and Small-Order Zone.

For more information about the Lighting Fair Spring Edition, visit www.hktdc.com/hklightingfairse

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