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Two members of Lux Brasil Program will present the best in lighting during the event held in New York
São Paulo - The 2015 edition of LIGHTFAIR International (LFI) will take place from May 5 through 7, at the Javits Center in New York City, featuring select products from two Brazilian companies in the lighting industry.
Lux Brasil Program is supporting this initiative, in partnership with the Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex-Brasil) and the Brazilian Lighting Industry Association (Abilux), as part of their strategy to promote exports.
The two Brazilian companies that will present products and solutions to the event’s select audience are Audax and Geo Luz & Cerâmica. Their product lines ensure beauty, quality, performance and safety. You can find their complete profile at www.luxbrasil.net.
This is the second time Lux Brasil participates as a sponsor of this event. As the world’s largest annual architectural and commercial lighting trade show and conference, LFI blends continuing education courses with innovative products ranging from high-end design to cutting-edge technology. "For member companies, this is a unique opportunity to show the appeal of products ‘Made in Brazil’, and meet old clients, prospect new ones and learn about trends in our sector”, says Daniela Felipe, the Lux Brasil Project Manager.
About the Sector
With more than 600 active industries (including the productive chain of fixtures, components, ballasts and lamps), the sector is betting on exports as a way to gain competitiveness.
Lux Brasil, Lighting Products
With the slogan "The light inspires us", The Lux Brasil Program ensure to the world that when acquiring products “Made in Brazil”, the client can rely on a group of companies that go beyond with scale production, quality products and applied technology, customer services and long lasting relationships.