April 10, 2019
More than 2,200 lighting and LED companies to feature at Asia's leading lighting exhibition
As the most influential and comprehensive lighting and LED event in Asia, the 24th edition of Guangzhou International Lighting Exhibition (GILE) returns from 9 ‒ 12 June 2019 at the China Import and Export Fair Complex in Guangzhou, China. 18 state-of-the-art exhibition halls (covering 190,000 sqm gross area) will gather over 2,200 companies to showcase comprehensive lighting technologies and the lastest LED technology solutions, meeting sourcing needs and providing a platform for the exchange of market information and exploration of new business opportunities.
Ms Lucia Wong, Deputy General Manager of Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd commented on the upcoming fair: “Over the past 23 years, we have witnessed countless successful business activities. For exhibitors and buyers from around the world, GILE is a one-stop sourcing platform, promoting the development of new markets by encouraging cross-industry procurement. As a new era of lighting dawns, illumination will integrate different technologies, sectors and equipment, inspiring the production and design of new lighting products. During all of this we will continue to serve as a leading exhibition for the lighting industry.”
GILE will showcase a comprehensive range of products and technologies, covering all aspects of the industry chain, including manufacturing, technology research and application. As one of the most influential lighting exhibitions in Asia, prominent lighting companies from around the world have confirmed their presence at GILE 2019.
GILE's concurrent event programme once again returns to bring some of the most influential lighting industry experts to the heart of the show. Designed to highlight and provide insight into some of the most pressing issues facing the lighting community, this year’s programme will encourage debate and collaborative thinking via a series of panel discussions held on the main Pearl Promenade stage.
These panel discussions will gather leading domestic and international experts and thought leaders stage to discuss what is next for the lighting industry. Whether it's the exciting possiblities of a new era of AIoT and 5G or to evolving digital technologies that allow us to reinvent the ways in which lighting is designed, installed and perceived, the discussion panels will be insightful and not to be missed.
Looking ahead to GILE 2019, Ms Wong added: “A new era, a new lifestyle and new lighting – this concept injects new vitality to the industry. By envisaging the next move of the lighting community together, it is hoped that we can all embrace this renewed energy, take a moment to consider lighting and provide new value for illumination. GILE will strive to work together with the lighting industry to produce better lighting and consequently a better life for its users.ˮ
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