Company News • 27.03.2012

Abacus to help launch Lux Review

Extending a warm welcome to Lux Review on our stand at Light + Building.

Abacus have extended a warm welcome to the soon-to-be-launched international lighting journal, Lux Review and invited them to join them on their prestigious stand at Light + Building in Frankfurt this April.

The new title, Lux Review has been developed by the successful team behind Lux and will offer an exciting new publication for international audiences of lighting specifiers and users. The publication will be launched exclusively on the Abacus stand at the forthcoming Light + Building exhibition.

Abacus’ Group Managing Director Andrew Morris-Richardson said, “We have always been a keen supporter of Lux magazine and as international players in the lighting market ourselves, we are delighted to congratulate the team on their first international publication.

Abacus will be showcasing our latest energy-efficient products and designs in Frankfurt, so it seems fitting that we are joining forces to help launch Lux’s first international title at the same time.”

Gordon Routledge, Publisher of Lux said, “We’re thrilled that Abacus have invited us to launch Lux Review on their stand. Light + Building presents the ideal opportunity for us to showcase our new publication to a high quality audience of lighting specifiers and users globally. We look forward to joining Abacus at this prestigious event in the lighting calendar.”

To pick up a copy of Lux Review, visit the Abacus stand, C76 in Hall 5 during Light + Building, 15th – 20th April 2012.

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