The most successful Mumbai edition in the series: LED Expo Mumbai 2022 makes a blazing comeback
Surrounded with an endless range of LED lighting innovations and products, LED Expo Mumbai 2022 culminated into a successful edition with extraordinary response from the industry. Surpassing the estimates of its pre-pandemic Mumbai editions, the trade fair registered a record-breaking footfall of 12,934 visitors converging from all the states of India.
LED Expo 2022 opens in Mumbai with a spectacular display of 1000+ LED and lighting products
India’s premier business event for LED and lighting technologies - LED Expo Mumbai makes a grand comeback in the financial capital after a hiatus of two years. Organised by Messe Frankfurt India, the three-day business event has opened its doors in Mumbai’s Bombay Exhibition Centre today, bringing over 175 exhibitors and over 1000 products on display.
LED Expo Mumbai 2022 to cast focus on intelligent innovations in LED lighting space
Following the success garnered by its New Delhi edition, LED Expo is ready to make a comeback in Mumbai where it shall showcase next-gen advancements in smart and efficient LED lighting products. LED Expo Mumbai 2022 has garnered support from reputed industry associations and government bodies.
Leading exhibitions postponed due to new lockdown guidelines
In line with the recent announcements and new measures in place to tackle resurging cases in Mumbai, Industry leading shows such as Gartex Texprocess India, Screen Print India, ISH India powered by IPA, Media Expo and LED Expo have been rescheduled.
LED Expo Mumbai announces new dates: Now to be held in May 2021
Occurring twice a year, LED Expo is the biggest and most trusted platform showcasing the entire value chain of lighting products and components in India. The show that was previously planned to take place from September 2020 has been rescheduled in adherence to the advisory measures that are still in place by the Indian government. The show will now open its doors in May 2021 at Bombay Exhibition Center Mumbai.
LED Expo’s Mumbai edition postponed in light of public health concerns due to Coronavirus
Messe Frankfurt India, organiser of India’s biggest exhibition on LED lighting and technologies today announced that amid the uncertainty caused by the evolving Covid-19 situation, the Mumbai edition of LED Expo, will not go ahead as scheduled in May 2020. The decision, which is strongly supported by all stakeholders, comes in the wake of Indian government closing inter-state and international borders and announcing a nation-wide lockdown to reduce the risk of further spread of coronavirus. The Mumbai edition will now take place from 18 – 20 September 2020 at the Bombay Exhibition Centre.
LED Expo Mumbai 2019 shines with 6% visitors growth highlighting street, solar, smart lighting as the country’s future
Adding to the growth dynamics of the show, LED Expo Mumbai 2019 concludes successfully with 10,221 trade buyers. The successful edition clearly reflected that the nation is heading towards adapting smart and solar lights with an evident growth in the exhibitors displaying these revolutionary technologies.
LED Expo Mumbai 2019 opens today with 21% growth indicating the immense demand received from Indian markets
Marking tremendous growth in the overall progress of the exhibition, LED Expo Mumbai 2019 opens today showcasing 21% growth in exhibitors with distinctive and trend setting products to uplift the LED lighting industry in India. A steady and continuous rise in the show statistics proves that LED Expo is the point of contact to source this revolutionary technology. 77 million lamps to be distributed by the end of 2019 and 30 million street lights by the end of 2020 shared by chief guest, Shri Kantilal B. Umap IAS, Director General, Maharashtra Energy Development Agency (MEDA – Pune).
LED Expo Mumbai 2019 to fuel nation’s energy efficiency movement
With major steps taken by the government to promote the usage of LED, the 20th edition of LED Expo Mumbai 2019 will bring the latest trends from over 300 companies to help encourage these initiatives and provide a resourceful platform to manufacturers, importers, distributors and end users. Use of LEDs at residential areas will be further promoted with DELP being proposed by EESL in consultation with BEST and MSEDL.
LED Expo 2018 remains on top with its constant growing numbers and exclusive knowledge forum
Reinforcing relevant topics like eco-friendly lighting, internet of things (IoT) and sustainable lighting, the 18th edition of LED Expo 2018 attracted professional and focused business visitors from the industry and government regulatory bodies alike. LED Summit that flagged off amidst several stakeholders of the LED industry included knowledgeable discussions on the present situation and future developments of this expanding lighting sector.
LED Expo 2018 inaugurates today bringing in the future of LED with smart lighting gears
244 companies from five countries showcasing the latest solar LED lights and smart lighting innovations for urban and rural sustainability at the 18th edition of the three day show.