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LightFair Features New Brands and Speakers

LightFair Features New Brands and Speakers

NEW YORK – LightFair will present the industry’s best and brightest at its Trade Show and Conference this May, with 300+ new and notable exhibitors in four product categories alongside notable educational speakers with diverse expertise, May 21 – 25 at the Javits Center in New York City.

“LightFair is the pinnacle of lighting sourcing, education and networking, with the biggest names in our industry leading seminars and showcasing the newest products,” said Dan Darby, show director. “The insight and innovation these experts will bring to LightFair make it a must-attend industry event.”

This month, LightFair will showcase more than 300 exhibitors across general, design, outdoor and technology categories. Industry-leading exhibitors showcasing at LightFair 2023 include: Aluz; Amerlux; Crestron; Focal Point; Kenall; Keystone; Kurtzon; Landscape Forms; Lumileds; Lutron; Nora Lighting; OCL Lighting; Pinnacle Lighting; Samsung; WAC/Modern Forms and Q-Tran.

75 first-time exhibitors augment LightFair’s 2023 roster of established brands. Among innovative newcomers to see this May are: Adura LED Solutions; Bold Lighting; Evoralight; Finelite; GVA Lighting; Ilmas Spa; Ingy BV Lumenture; Sourcery; and WE-EF. A full exhibitor list is at

LightFair’s thought leaders in architecture, construction, design, health, landscapes, sustainability, and technology will be sharing their expertise in nearly 40+ exhibit-floor events and conference sessions. Expert speakers include: Amardeep Dugar, owner of Lighting Research and Design; Charles Stone, president of Fisher Marantz Stone; Craig Bernecker, founder of The Lighting Education Institute; David Warfel, founder of Light Can Help You; Edward Bartholomew, principal at Bartholomew Lighting; Kate Hickcox, energy and environment research scientist at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; Leela Shanker , lighting designer at Borealis Lighting Studio; Lyn Gomes, MEP coordinator at DPR Construction; Mark Lien, CEO of Flyline Search Marketing; Mariel Acevedo, specification and contractor sales at ALR; Nancy Clanton, founder of Clanton & Associates; Naomi Miller, director of people systems at Mars Veterinary Health; Richard Vincent, manager at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai; Ron Gibbons, associate professor, School of Architecture and Design at Virginia Tech; Ruskin Hartley, CEO at International Dark-Sky Association; Shaun Fillion, director, lighting design at RAB Lighting; Tony Esposito, founder and head research scientist at Lighting Research Solutions; and Zachary Suchara, principal at LUMA Lighting Design. The full Trade Show event schedule is at

The 2023 LightFair Conference will offer 100+ accredited sessions with nearly 200 presenters over its five-day run. The five interconnected tracks – Art, Business, Process, Science and Technology – will provide a variety of 1-day and 3-hour long courses and tracks with either 90-minute sessions or 60- minute sessions. For a full listing of Conference sessions visit

The 2023 LightFair Trade Show and Conference will focus on future-shaping innovations and an incredible attendee experience driven by new product discovery, networking and on-floor education, Sunday, May 21, through Thursday, May 25, at the Javits Center in New York City. Registration for LightFair 2023 is open, with complimentary Trade Show access for IALD and IES members, at

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