LEDucation Reschedules for August 2021, Virtual Conference and Online Marketplace to be held in March

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Dec 7, 2020

Due to the continuing uncertainty of the pandemic, along with New York State and city restrictions on assembly, the in-person 2021 LEDucation Tradeshow and Conference has been rescheduled to August 17-18, 2021. The event is slated to be held at the New York Hilton Midtown and will continue to include multiple exhibition halls featuring the industry’s top manufacturers and suppliers, and a dynamic conference program.

LEDucation remains committed to keeping the lighting industry connected and will include a virtual component across multiple channels during the August show. Additional information will be available in the coming months.

LEDucation will continue to update the LEDucation website with new information and resources to keep you informed on plans for the show.

Virtual Conference and Online Marketplace March 16-17, 2021

The March 16-17, 2021 LEDucation Conference will still take place virtually and offer a variety of accredited webinars—all with a focus on solid-state lighting. In addition, a virtual Online Marketplace will begin March 16th that will allow registered attendees to review the latest products and technologies from LEDucation 2021 exhibitors, free of charge. Further details will be provided in January 2021.

Event Safety

In a post COVID-19 environment, LEDucation will continue to prioritize the health and safety of all attendees and will be run in accordance with official government and local authority guidance, as well as New York Hilton Midtown health protocols. This will include enhanced cleaning, non-contact registration, physical distancing, on-site medical staff, personal protective equipment (PPE), screening measures, and adapted conference rooms and sessions.

Go HERE for more information on event safety and protocols

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