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 ASEAN’s Largest & Most Important Trade Show for Lighting Industry

INALIGHT - ASEAN’s Largest and Most Potential Lighting Market

It is very unfortunate for all of us that we must hold back the exhibitions because of the covid-19 pandemic but the good news comes from Covid-19 vaccines implemented where Indonesia Government will give the vaccines for free. It is very positive because it is expected to improve conditions, especially the economy sector.

The 7th edition of INALIGHT will be held on 17 – 19 March 2022 and expected to present over 650 exhibiting companies and 25.000 trade visitors in 3 days. It will be notably serving as one of the ASEAN’s most prospective one-stop platforms for the LED & Lighting industry.

Offline exhibitions are expected to be held so that companies can demonstrate their existence and be able to express and market the advantages of their latest products and innovations directly. It is hoped that through the exhibition will become a momentum for promotion and rebuild branding that fell due to pandemics. And September 2022 will become the perfect timing for us to hold the event offline.

Record of Success

Show Name             : INALIGHT 2021 – The Indonesia International Lighting Exhibition 2021

Show Date                : 17 – 19 March 2022

Frequency                : Annually.

Venue                        : JIExpo Kemayoran Jakarta – Indonesia.

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INALIGHT will take a place at Jakarta International Expo (JIExpo) Kemayoran. A perfect place for exhibition in a venue built to international standard. Only 30 minutes away from Jakarta’s CBD, half an hour away from Soekarno – Hatta International Airport, 20 minutes away from Gambir train station, 5 minutes away from five stars hotels and leading restaurants, and 2 minutes from Kemayoran highway.

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Why Indonesia has huge potential for Lighting & LED market 

Indonesia with over 260 million of populations and becomes one of the top 10 largest manufacturing nations in the world, defined by output. Manufacturer sector has recorded 6-7% growth annually for several years and is becoming the backbone of the Indonesian economy. Indonesian lighting market is projected to grow robust rate in future, along with the growth of manufacturer and property sector and the increase in electrification ratio.

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