Boston lights up with Designers Lighting Forum
The Boston Lights event later this week will prove to be a big draw for the lighting-design community.
Established in 1968, the DLF-NE is a non-profit organization that informs the design community about the newest lighting technologies and cutting-edge lighting applications through professionally-led seminars, site visits and networking opportunities.
Boston Lights is a sister event to New York City's LEDucation, which in March this year attracted over 1200 attendees to see over 80 exhibitors and a full presentation program. LEDucation 5 will take place on March 16, 2011 at the Hotel Pennsylvania in New York.
LEDucation, along with Toronto’s LEDiscovery, are focused on LED lighting, and are fundamental in educating the prospective buyer about LED technology and what questions to ask LED lighting manufacturers. Due diligence is still key, and the message is still "buyer beware."
The success of the DLF events speaks to the need for and reception of regional shorter events, where exhibitor costs are reduced and reach can be just as strong. Attendees are treated to a more intimate environment, also with a far less cost to attend. Both DLF events encourage students entering the industry to attend as well.
Exhibit space for the Boston event is sold out. To register at no cost to attend, contact Mariam Andrews by sending an email to email@example.com.