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  • James McKenzie invited to sit on key discussion panel at the Lighting Fixture Design Conference.

    PhotonStar’s Chief Executive Officer, Dr James McKenzie, has been asked to sit on a key discussion panel at the industry’s unparalleled event, the Lighting Fixture Design Conference.


    James was invited as one of just four leading experts to explain the future of lighting fixtures and the radical transformation they are set to undergo due to new technologies, materials, standards and techniques. The future markets discussion, taking place on Wednesday 5th June, is chaired by Lux Publisher and experienced speaker Gordon Routledge and also features speakers from Philips, Soraa and LED ecolights.

    As one of the lighting industry’s top innovators, James will participate in revealing where the industry is headed so that companies can position themselves ahead of the curve and prepare for future developments.


    Aimed at manufacturers, suppliers and specifiers, this vital two-day event gives insights that will drive your business forward and ensure you stay at the forefront of the lighting revolution.The conference brings together the world’s top experts from global companies and industry associations to discuss topics such as solid state technology, optics, thermals, drivers and standards and testing. With exclusive presentations by keynote speakers, interactive sessions, live interviews and networking, it is the leading event for anybody seeking expert information about the future of the lighting fixture design industry.


    The Conference takes place on Wednesday 5th and Thursday 6th of June.


    For more information about the Lighting Fixture Design Conference or to book a place, visit


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