Company representatives will be on hand to demonstrate their latest products, and there will be a series of workshops on the grandMA and Jands Event 4 lighting consoles. One major attraction of the show will be the much anticipated new WYSIWYG software. The show’s location in the north of England will be welcomed by those in the area and will offer a rare opportunity to see several specialists together under one roof, see what new technology is on offer and meet association representatives. Visitors who register to attend the tradeshow will also enjoy a complimentary buffet lunch.
The venue for the event - the Royal Armouries Museum - was opened in 1996 as the new home for the national collection of arms and armour and visitors to the trade show will be offered free admission. Jonathan Walters, A.C. Lighting’s Northern sales manager responsible for the day to day running of the Leeds office commented: "In the five years that A.C Lighting has had a northern sales operation based in Leeds, it has become very apparent to us that the time and cost involved attending events held in London is a deterrent for many potential show visitors. This convinced us of the need for a localised specialist exhibition." For further information and to register for free admission visit the A.C. website or telephone A.C. Lighting North on +44 113 255 7666.