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Q&A Digiland LED Lighting


Digiland LED Lighitng A1 Lighting chats to Jaydee Park, director of Digiland LED Lighting.


1. What was the inspiration behind launching Digiland LED Lighting? We need to start saving more energy, particularly here in the UK, and I see LED lighting as an effective way of doing that.


2. How long has Digiland LED Lighting been running and what has been your biggest challenge to date? The umbrella company, Digigroup, has been running for nine years but we launched the LED lighting arm in July this year. We are keen to supply LED lighting to local councils, which is proving to be a challenge in the current financial climate.


3. How did you overcome it? We are working hard to make councils understand that LED lighting is the easiest and quickest way of saving energy and money, so it is actually a very smart investment while money is tight.


4. Is this the first time you have exhibited at Lux Live? What can visitors to your stand expect to see? Yes, it’s the first time. Visitors will see the highest quality and very latest technology in LED lighting, demonstrated by two specialists who are flying in especially for the event from our suppliers POSCO in South Korea.


5. What does the future hold for Digiland? I am particularly excited about the street lighting market - I want to see our LED lights used in as many places across the UK as possible. I would like to think that in five years time if you are walking down a street at night, it will be a Digiland LED lighting your way home.


Contact Digiland LED Lighting +44 (0)1952 238 793 www.digigroup.co.uk/led


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