LightShow West: A Premier Lighting Event, Los Angeles, Oct 11-12
Lighting trade show and conference offers one-stop sourcing and educational
opportunities for architects, designers and engineers
ATLANTA – LightShow West trade show and conference will take place at Kentia Hall in the Los Angeles Convention Center, Oct. 11-12, 2017. The biennial event is geared toward architects, lighting designers, engineers, interior designers, lighting specifiers, facility managers, utility companies, IT managers and energy specialists who seek relevant education and the latest solutions from leading manufacturers of lighting, controls and related technologies.
Attendees will be able to participate in a selection of more than 50 peer-reviewed educational sessions, including six free on-floor workshops, 27 free seminars, 16 fee-based roundtable sessions and a new Control Systems Summit on Oct. 12 (sessions scheduled throughout the day). Led by the industry's top speakers, the sessions will cover subjects pertinent to professionals in the fast-changing world of commercial lighting. Of special interest to the California market will be the numerous Title 24 seminars covering codes, controls, retrofit and new manufacturing testing requirements. LightShow West is a registered education provider will offer a variety of learning units, including AIA, IDCEC, ASLA and NCQLP.
With the largest number of exhibitors in its history, LightShow West 2017 will feature some 300 lighting manufacturers showcasing their newest products. Companies that have already committed to the event include: Acuity Brands, Amerlux, EcoSense Lighting, HessAmerica, Pinnacle Architectural Lighting, Hubbell Lighting, Focal Point, LSI Industries, Lumenpulse Group, Nora Lighting, Prudential Lighting, USAi Lighting and Philips, to name a few.
Additionally, attendees can take advantage of ample peer-to-peer networking opportunities, including a complimentary cocktail reception on the show floor at 5 p.m. on Oct. 11.
“The feedback we’ve received from past participants indicates that LightShow West is the must-attend lighting event for the West Coast – and beyond,” said Show Director Lea Tranakos. “We are thrilled to expand our exhibit hall and educational offerings in 2017 to continue to provide the highest-quality experience for the professional lighting community.”
With online registration prior to the show, access to the exhibit hall is free to trade professionals, including:
• Architectural Lighting Designers
• Construction Directors
• Electrical Contractors
• Electrical Distributors
• Electrical Engineers
• Energy Consultants
• Facility Managers
• Healthcare Designers
• Hospitality Designers
• Interior Designers
• Landscape Architects
• Lighting Consultants
• Maintenance Directors
• Major Retailers
• Property Managers
• Public Utility Specialists
• Store Planners
• Theatrical Lighting Designers
• Urban Planners
• Visual Merchandisers
Find more details at www.lightshowwest.com