LED CHINA 2012 Announces IP Seminar and Featured Exhibitors

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GUANGZHOU, China, Jan. 12, 2012 /PRNewswire-Asia-AsiaNet/ –

UBM Trust, organiser of LED CHINA and SIGN CHINA and a joint venture company of UBM Asia Ltd., has announced the addition of key conference components to the co-located exhibitions taking place 20 – 23 February at the China Import and Export Fair Pazhou Complex Area B in Guangzhou, China. Now in its eighth year, LED CHINA 2012, the world’s largest dedicated event to the entire LED industry supply chain, will introduce China LED Intellectual Property Summit alongside China International LED Application Forum, bringing to light advancements in LED technology and educating attendees on the LED business opportunities and developments across Asia.

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Held concurrently with LED CHINA 2012, the China International LED Application Forum, taking place on 19 and 21 February, will host over 200 global LED industry leaders and government officials to discuss the current LED market, infrastructure and commercial projects. Speakers include Alvin Tse, Vice President – Asia Pacific Sales of Philips Lumileds Lighting; Ethan Jing, SSL Marketing Manager, China of Osram; and Hui Tao, Sales Director of NVC Lighting. On 20 February, the first annual China LED Intellectual Property Summit will take place. The one day seminar will include lectures, case studies and a panel on IP challenges and opportunities for Chinese LED enterprises.

“It comes as no surprise given the comparative costs, energy, and maintenance savings that LED technology is rapidly being adopted worldwide,” said David Tang, Managing Director of UBM Trust. “We are excited this year to introduce the IP Summit alongside the LED Application Forum and LED and SIGN CHINA exhibitions to provide a complete well-rounded business and educational experience for all members of the industry.”

LED CHINA 2012 expects again a wide representation of exhibiting companies and delegates across the world from all spectrums of the LED supply chain. Over 860 exhibiting companies have already signed to participate in this year’s exhibition featuring the latest products in LED Display and LED Lighting. In 2011, 59,817 trade professionals from 154 countries and regions attended. This year, featured exhibitors include: Cree, Foxconn, Hongli, Nationstar, Philips Lumileds, Rubicon, and Unilumnin.

One pass for qualified attendees will allow entrance to both LED CHINA and SIGN CHINA 2012.

To learn more about LED CHINA 2012 visit: www.ledchina-gz.com

SOURCE: UBM Trust

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