Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) December 13, 2012
The Dallas International Lighting Market is back again and this January’s biannual market promises to host a myriad of new and compelling products to exhibit and will also mark the debut of new and ever-growing showrooms; educational seminars presented by the American Lighting Association (ALA) and valuable time to connect with industry professionals is also a great bonus.
From January 17 to the 21, the Dallas Market Center will host this electric components and supplies trade show, the lead source for wholesale lighting; the Dallas Intl. Lighting Market offers more than 1 million square feet of exhibition space and light resources with more than 3 thousand buyers and industry professionals attending.
Bill Winsor, president and CEO of Dallas Market Center, assured attendees in a casualliving.com article that this January’s market will be another success.
“We’re seeing an upswing in companies eager to bring their products to market in Dallas,” Winsor said. “This January buyers will see numerous new and expanded showrooms across campus. Exciting new resources and a convenient location in the strongest economic region in the U.S. makes Dallas a great place to get business done.”
New lighting showrooms that will be revealed this January include Élan Lighting, Iris Crystal, Focalor, Norwell Lighting and Van Teal. Focus Industries, Lite Master and Nora Lighting will have expanded showrooms.
While some showrooms are expanding and new ones are arriving, the usual lighting brands will definitely make their mark with the latest products and novel designs from almost every lighting brand in the business – Artcraft Lighting, Corbett Lighting, Hinkley Lighting, Emerson Fans, Crystorama, Minka Lavery, Schonbek Swarovski Lighting, Cyan Design, EGLO, Forecast, Progress Lighting and so much more; the list of brand names is truly never-ending.
Progress Lighting has announced a few of their new products that will be on display at the winter’s market – with new additions to various collections, such as the Rave collections, Reign vanity lights, the Torque bath collection as well as the craftsman style Derby outdoor lighting collection.
According to hfnmag.com, Hinkley Lighting will also “debut a brand new advertising campaign, its new catalog, an expanded showroom and more than 230 introductions.” Hinkley is expanding their showroom by 1,500 feet this year, presenting the new 2013-14 Hinkley Lighting, Hinkley Landscape and Fredrick Ramond products, which is expected to be 25 percent larger than last year’s catalog.
Don’t forget to attend some very enlightening tutorial’s while at the market; some of ALA’s educational seminars during the market include:
- “Demystifying Low-Voltage Landscape Lighting”, presented by Richard Allan, CLMR
- “How to Create Beautiful Kitchens and Baths with LED Lighting”, presented by Nick Senofsky
- “Lighting a Contemporary Custom Home” and “How to Sell Energy-Efficient Lighting”, both presented by Daniel L. Blitzer
This January, absolutely expect to see fresh and innovative lighting products from the top brands in the industry. The products offered and exhibited at the Dallas Intl. Lighting Market are paramount and as the years progress, there are more and more inventive and pioneering designs and sustainable lighting solutions for the future.
In conjunction with the Dallas Intl. Lighting Market, the Total Home & Gift Market will also be held from January 16 to the 22, an event that markets the latest home accessories, gifts furniture as well as holiday and seasonal items; they also have expanded, introducing more than 100 thousand square feet of new resources from hundreds of new exhibitors.