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APPOINTMENTS


Lighting Industry Association welcome a new CEO.


The Lighting Industry Association (LIA) has announced the appointment of Steven Davies as the


new Chief Executive Officer.


Steven will take up his appointment on 3rd June 2013, and will continue to build upon the successful merger of the LA and LIF.


New President of LIA announced. At the LIA Annual Lunch held on 23rd May, Alasdair McRury, Managing Director of Holophane Europe was welcomed as President of the LIA for the coming year.


STYLE AND FLAIR


KOLARZ has installed a specially commissioned feature of crystal lights in John Lewis, transforming the newly renovated fine jewellery, lingerie and fashion advice departments in many of the company’s stores.


Matt Hallard Joins Martin Professional as New Business Area Manager, Rental – EMEA.


The jewellery department in London's Oxford Street features two double-frame designs at varying levels, creating reflections, movement and illusion. There are over 8000 sparkling KOLARZ crystals on each structure and over 200 LEDs to provide a subtle light level. The lights were specially designed and produced at the KOLARZ Austrian factory. "This has been an exciting project for us to be involved in and it's been wonderful to see the stunning impact the lights have made in the stores", says Kristina Griffith, Managing Director of Kolarz UK Ltd.


LIGHTING THE TRAM STOPS


Scolmore Group’s Flow Connector system is being used to help provide lighting at Tram stops across the network on Greater Manchester’s Metrolink. Click Flow is an all-in-one junction box and connection system, which provides a quick and easy solution when adding lighting or appliances to an existing circuit.


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