June 23, 2022   

5 Big Questions:  Signify at LightFair 2022 

We catch up with Keith Eagle and Christy Tilton of Signify to discuss LED adoption, sustainability and product strategy.


Topics we explore:

  1. With LED-based sales now making up over 83% of Signify sales are we seeing a shift in where the new business is coming from?

  2. Which specialized areas of lighting might have the highest potential for future growth? 

  3. Will we see a day when Cooper Lighting and Signify brands start to cross-brand products?

  4. Does the contractor care about sustainability messaging as much as Signify seems to care?

  5. Where are the market opportunities amidst some of the current market uncertainty and challenges?


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