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Light+Building Exhibition 2022 back with an Autumn Edition

The Autumn Edition of the Light + Building Festival held annually in Frankfurt Germany will take place from the 2nd- the 6th of October. The event will shine a light on intelligent and connected solutions, forward-looking technologies and current design trends. This year the event will also have participants digitally attending the event.

More than 1,300 exhibitors from 46 countries are already lined up for the restart of the lighting and building technology sector in autumn. The exhibitions will follow themes of what moves the industry, the impact of digitalisation, and new trends for the future.

Light+Building Exhibition 2022 back with an Autumn Edition
Image Credits: light-building.messefrankfurt

Light + Building Digital Extension will make way for interaction with customers, partners and journalists. This combines the best of both worlds: Personal exchange and product exhibition on-site + digital presentation and networking opportunities which will result in maximum reach.

The event will explore dynamic digitalisation and sustainability. The revised structure of the programme presents events divided into the main categories – Emotion, Selection, Skills and Career – making it easier for visitors to orientate themselves by areas of interest and be a part of the programme.

The exhibition also offers guided tours to get a better understanding of the diverse product range and innovations specific to one’s needs and interests. By interacting with experts one can also get first-hand information, tips and tricks. They will also get to take a closer look at behind-the-scenes activities of exhibits while being escorted by guides.

Written by Pooja Pawar V

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