Over 7,000 participants and a 15% of growth confirm the event as the Italian reference point in LED lighting, smart solutions and new technologies
Milan, October 18th, 2016 – Record numbers for the 6th edition of Illuminotronica, which has taken place in Padua from the 6th to the 8th October becoming the Italian most important Italian trade fair focused on LED lighting, "smart" solutions, home automation and security. A successful edition sanctioned by the presence of an highly specialized audience composed by 7,245 professionals: decision makers, purchasing managers, buyers, engineers, electricians, installers, system integrators, architects, lighting designers, Public Administration representatives.
Starting with a complete “sold out”, made by a 3,500 square meters area and 190 companies distributed in two halls, the event registered a 15% of growth on the previous year collecting exhibitors’ satisfaction. Sponsors, visitors and conferences’ speakers recognized Illuminotronica great added value: the ability to offer, year after year, a unique marketing and communication tool, a state-of-the-art showcase of products, solutions and technologies, a laboratory of trends in lighting and home automation sectors and a significant business and networking opportunity for professionals of the same field.
Thanks to the rich conference program, to the training sessions and to some special initiatives - such as the Start-Up Area, with 10 innovative Italian companies selected by Assodel; the Smart Home demo (96 square meters and the 6 rooms) and the Leddove Gallery, with its LED design products and solutions - Illuminotronica represents a unique professional event in Italy where it is possible to update and consider the lighting, home automation and smart solution new challenges. In this way, the event demonstrates to be not only a trade fair, but also the mirror of a dynamic and evolving market.
"With great satisfaction we look at this constantly growing event as a reference point for all the professionals of the lighting and smart solutions sectors - said Silvio Baronchelli, President at Tecnoimprese, the Illuminotronica organizer -. This is a confirmation of an evolving industry and a growing number of operators who want to update their knowledge on technologies, market trends, new products and solutions. Also the success of the Codega Prize, awarded in the amazing setting of the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, in Venice, highlighted the event central role in recognizing the LED lighting excellences".