Light Middle East, Dubai

Light Middle East 2015 will present over 325 exhibitors showcasing a huge range of international brands. The three-day event will offer a comprehensive interactive platform for manufacturers, architects, designers, consultants, engineers, construction companies, hospitality industry professionals, government officials and more. Witness eye-catching concepts brought together by the best of innovation, imagination and technical prowess from around the globe.
What Event Announcement
When Oct 06, 2015 10:00 AM to Oct 08, 2015 06:00 PM
Where Hall 1 and Za’abeel Hall 3, Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Contact Name
Contact Phone +971-4-3894500
Attendees Light Middle East 2015 welcomed over 6,300 interested buyers and key decision makers from 85 countries, an impressive 26% increase over the previous edition, underscoring the massive appeal of the leading trade and networking event.
If you want to meet the following groups of people from across the region, this is where they come to do business.
We strongly recommend industry professionals covering the following business sectors to visit the exhibition:
- Buyers / Dealers
- Trade Associations, Governments
- Agencies
- Distributors
- Media / Press
- Retailers / Wholesalers
- Service Provider
- Importers / Exporters
Ideal show for industry professionals that fit within the below profile / industry:
- Lighting Designers
- Architects
- Interior Designers
- Light Planners/Electrical Planners
- Design Consultants
- M + E Engineers
- Private Clients
- Property Developers
- Construction Companies
- Cities/Governments/Municipalities
- Hotels/Hospitals/Shopping Malls
- Lighting Retailers
- Design Consultants
- Design Engineers
- Stadiums & Theatres
- MEP Consultants & Contractors
- Landscape Architects
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Prominent among the attractions this year was the Future Zone, an exciting showcase of innovative technology, cutting-edge design and trends from leading international manufacturers and designers.

Training the spotlight on key industry issues will be the two-day Light Middle East Conference, where high profile lighting designers and experts will share their insights in an engaging and educational programme.

The popular Light Middle East Awards will also return for its third edition in 2015. Celebrating excellence in lighting design, the region’s outstanding projects and products were awarded at a gala ceremony before hundreds of key industry professionals.

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