Why Exhibit at the Light Show
THE (B)RIGHT CHOICE
The Light Show attracts an audience of more than 3,500 dedicated lighting trade professionals, including a crossover from Autumn Fair’s 24,000+ audience with a specific interest in lighting. If you’re looking to catch the attention of independent lighting shops, interior designers, furniture stores and department store buyers, The Light Show is a great place to be. Key attendees include Argos, Asda, Fenwick, Harrods, Heals, John Lewis, Laura Ashley, Next, Selfridges, TK Maxx (just to name a few).
THE destination for the trade lighting industry, being part of the show allows you to connect with powerful, highly-transactional buyers, in search of products to meet demand at the start of the peak period for lighting.
“It’s been our first time and it’s been fantastic! Everybody has been really helpful and we’ll definitely be back next year!”
Dean Snell, Pipe Art
LIGHT & LIVING’S SUCCESS STORY
“We will be at The Light Show at Autumn Fair every year because it’s the best environment to interact with customers and prospects. It has a great atmosphere and encourages people to talk freely and exchange knowledge that helps us create the right products for the UK - leading of course, to higher sales.”
PIPE ART'S SUCCESS STORY
Read how Pipe Art used The Light Show at Autumn Fair to showcase their unique lighting products.
HOW YOUR BRAND CAN BENEFIT
The Light Show gives you the chance to be in the right place at exactly the right time, giving your brand a year-round presence in the UK market and an opportunity to collect orders just before the festive period. The Light Show at Autumn Fair is where UK buyers come specifically to source something new to differentiate their stores at the busiest time of the year. And it’s the only place you’ll get your brand in front of the one third of visitors who only attend one trade show all year – this one.
It’s a great chance to connect with your customers and meet new ones and comes at just the right time for seasonal lighting orders and forward planning for the year ahead.