PLDC 2017 Warm-Up Events: Network – Compromise – Learn!

First PLDC 2017 Warm-Up Events are Scheduled

The first PLDC 2017 Warm-Up events are scheduled. The warm-up meetings will kick-off in Paris, France on 7. July, 2016 at the same place where it all comes together in 2017. National and international guests are invited to attend this networking evening event, to meet long-term lighting partners and friends from the lighting profession and to make new contacts.

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Enthusiast and Skilled Hosts and Speakers

The event will be in close collaboration with PLDC partner ACE, the French lighting designers’ association. ACE will be hosting the warm-up together with iGuzzini. As an indication of the quality that PLDC conference papers offer the evening will include a keynote presentation given by an enthusiastic international lighting designer and former PLDC speaker (name to be announced shortly).

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Light Middle East: Warm-Up by PLD-i Seminar

On the occasion of Light Middle East 2016 a PLDC 2017 warm-up will be held in Dubai, United Arab Emirates the form of a PLD-i seminar (31. October, 2016). By the way, the abbreviation ‘PLD-i’ stands for ‘Professional Lighting Design interactive’ and is a further step towards continuing professional development in the lighting design world. The seminar is an intensive interactive course, designed for lighting professionals and taught by professionals – knowledge transfer in its purest sense!

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PLDC 2017 Warm-Up Events: Fantastic Networking Opportunities!

The PLDC warm-ups are a fantastic networking opportunity, comprise a great learning aspect and enables friends within the lighting design community to stay in contact with one another. Please mark your calender and make sure you won’t miss any of them. Warm-ups are planned all over the world in the next months leading up to PLDC 2017 in Paris.

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