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elcome to A1’s LuxLive Preview!


It’s great to be involved in any new events in the lighting industry, and there is a real buzz around the first ever event put on by LUX Magazine and the Lighting Industry Federation - LuxLive 2011.


The show promises to be a great event, with 50 hours of seminars and a focus on low-energy projects at the show’s EcoLight Conference. There are also specially allocated spaces for anyone having trouble with new projects – a free financing clinic is available as well as ‘The Designer in the House’ area, where visitors can get an insiders opinion on creating a breathtaking design with the tiniest possible carbon footprint.


Inside this supplement you will find more information on the show as a whole, as well as a handy guide to the show’s highlights to ensure you’re fully up to speed with all the best features, as well as a full timetable of events so you’ve got no excuse for missing the show’s best seminars!


The show is a great opportunity to network with some of the biggest names in the industry, to make connections and meet new clients. It promises to be an excellent event, where visitors will come away knowing a little more about how advances in technology can help with new products.


LuxLive will be taking place on the 9th and 10th November at Earls Court, London. I do hope if you’re planning on visiting that you have an excellent time.


Don’t forget to come and visit us on stand F17. Have a great show!


Hannah Gibbons Editor


www.a1lightingmagazine.com


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