ECOLIGHT ASEAN 2017 
AN INTEGRATED EVENT DRIVING SUSTAINABLE LIGHTING FOR BETTER LIVING 
 
 
Ecolight Asean 2017 is co-located with Ecobuild Southeast Asia, the leading sustainable design, construction and the built environment event and held concurrently with International Construction Week 2017 which is hosted by Construction Industry Development Board Malaysia (CIDB). 
 
The event features the latest lighting technology, lighting management,  to promote longer-lasting, energy-saving and human-centric lighting solutions. This is an ideal platform for you to source and forge rewarding partnerships from various industry experts, expand your business towards the new emerging market of Southeast Asia – the fastest growing  market.  
 
»  Southeast Asia becomes one of the most dynamic and promising regions in the present world economic development. With the rapid improvement in the economy of other Southeast Asian countries, the per capita demand for lighting will increase accordingly, and the enhanced energy-saving awareness and demand will make the LED lighting industry to achieve rapid growth and popularity in Southeast Asia. In addition, Southeast Asia has large infrastructure investment and very attractive policy, so it is becoming the emerging market considered promising by Chinese domestic manufacturers. 
 
 

LED Lighting Scale Improved Rapidly, with Penetration of 37% in 2016. 
 
 
According to LEDinside's statistics, calculated by six major countries (Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam, Indonesia, Philippines), the overall lighting market size of Southeast Asia in 2015 is about USD 4.8 billion, of which LED lighting takes up about USD 1.5 billion, and is expected to grow to USD 1.9 billion in 2016. During 2014-2016, the Southeast Asian LED lighting market share has increased significantly, and the penetration rate is expected to grow from 25% to 37%.

Source: LEDinside, Market Intelligence, 21 April 2016
 
 
 
»  The LED lighting market is gaining momentum in Southeast Asia. The market is smaller than in Asia-Pacific but offers long-term prospects to market participants due to strong governmental support. Other drivers include the development of smart cities and economic corridors in Indonesia and Malaysia. Singapore provides the largest opportunities in Southeast Asia, but Indonesia emerged as the fastest-growing LED lighting market. Price reduction is expected to continue but market participants are producing more innovative products that focus on energy-efficient lighting and optimum production cost efficiency.

Source: “Strategic Analysis of the LED Lighting Market in Southeast Asia”,  May 2016 
 
 
»  Southeast Asia has seen significant growth in the LED market in the last few years and the rate of replacement of traditional lighting with LED lighting has also gone up. From Singapore to Malaysia to Thailand to India, policymakers are clearing ambitious infrastructure projects that will give rise to huge LED lighting demands. India, in particular, has launched one of the largest LED street lighting project in the world, with almost all major cities shifting to LED lighting.

Source: BizLED Magazine, 12 March 2015 
 
 
BRIGHTEN  
YOUR BUSINESS AT ECOLIGHT ASEAN 2017 
 
 
 »  Be a part of Ecolight Asia extensive marketing campaign

 »  Reach the entire built environment supply chain

 »  Increase your market awareness through an extensive seminar programme 

 »  Gain new and crucial insight from lighting players across the globe
 
 »  Hear iconic speakers about latest market information

 »  Tackle direct leads for partnerships and business opportunities

 »  Engage with top notch industry professionals 

 »  Network with leading construction experts

 
          
  LIGHTEN YOUR BUSINESS AND REGISTER NOW 

 
 If you have any queries, kindly contact Ms Kelly Fong at +603-2176 8788 or email [email protected]
 
 

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