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20.04.2016, 13:43

The LIA Continues its Online Evolution

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The Lighting Industry Association (the LIA) has launched an all-new website offering visitors a tailored, more intuitive experience and access to essential industry standards and best-practice guidelines.

The Lighting Industry Association (the LIA) has launched an all-new website offering visitors a tailored, more intuitive experience and access to essential industry standards and best-practice guidelines.

Intended as a resource for the entire lighting supply chain, the new site hosts the LIA's comprehensive “Knowledge Library” which includes national, European and international standards as well as regulatory information.

The ever-popular series of LIA Technical Statements that offers guidance for manufacturers and suppliers involved in the production and sale of high-quality lighting products, is also available for easy viewing/downloading and printing.


‘ALL-employee' Access for Member Organisations

A feature of the new site is its ability to serve member-only content to employees of LIA Member companies.

 

Heralding the Next Phase in the Development of the LIA

The website also lays the foundation for the next stage in the LIA’s development: the highly anticipated, industry-backed, "Lighting Industry Academy" by creatingan online hub for the development and delivery of high-quality learning to the lighting industry.

Updates to the site are planned to bring the LIA family under a single online location and better support its Membership and the European lighting industry.

 

If you are already a Member, visit www.thelia.org.uk/user/register to make sure you are getting the most from your membership.

Or learn why you should join Europe’s largest trade association dedicated to the Lighting Industry at www.thelia.org.uk.

 

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