InterLumi Panama

Light up the path to the Latin America&Caribbean Market!
2017-06-29 - 2017-07-01
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Trade Fair Director
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+1 786 4066207
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Welcome to InterLumi Panama 2017 InterLumi Panama, the global lighting trade show organized by America Expo Group, will be held at ATLAPA Convention Center in Panama from 29 June to 1 July, 2017. Serving the Latin American & the Caribbean countries, InterLumi Panama is positioned to be an effective tool to stimulate the development of the region’s lighting industry as well as provide a gateway for exhibitors to tap into this emerging market.
Attendee information
During the first InterLumi, exhibitors and visitors from Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Colombia, Cuba, Costa Rica, Dominica, Ecuador, Finland, Greece, Guatemala, Honduras, Hong Kong, Italy, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Mexico, The Netherlands, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Portugal, El Salvador, Spain, Taiwan, Trinidad and Tobago, Turkey, UAE, USA and Venezuela showed their great support and most of them praised the professionalism of the fair and revealed their interest in participating the next year show.
Exhibitor information
InterLumi Panama, held its first edition from July 6 - 8 2016, at ATLAPA Convention Center this summer. Attracting over 120 companies from 18 countries/regions and 1,977 high quality visitors from 27 countries/regions, InterLumi Panama 2016 has launched its first step to introduce LATAM’s lighting market to the whole world.

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