Sparks Electrical News November 2019
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NEW RLS SHOWROOM IMMERSES VISITORS IN A LIGHTING EXPERIENCE
A fter 15 months of upgrades and renovations, Regent Lighting Solutions (RLS) has opened its interior showroom and exterior rooftop showroom. The company’s Johannesburg head office has been completely renovated to create a more interactive and en- gaging experience for clients. Aesthetically the building has undergone a facelift; however, the main focus of the upgrade was for clients to physically and visually experience the company's wide range of products with various control integrations. The concept is that once you step through the entrance, you are immediately taken on a visual catalogue walkthrough that shows the history of where the company started in the lighting industry to where it has come, all the while showcasing how light can transform a space. Two open days were held at the beginning of October where customers and clients could interact with the technology, discuss new concepts and see the products in action. Lasse Ehmsen, OEM Sales Manager at Signify South Africa, delivered an interactive talk on lighting controls and technology which took in subjects such as lighting in the Circular Economy, standardising CRI values and the role China has to play in the LEDs of the future. Lasse Ehmsen, OEM Sales Manager at Signify South Africa, with Randal Wahl, owner of Regent Lighting Solutions. Ehmsen delivered an interactive talk at the opening of the upgraded Regent Lighting Solutions showroom.
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