About Danish Lighting Innovation Network

The Danish Lighting Innovation Network was established the 1st of June 2010 with financial support/aid from the Danish Agency for Science, Technology and Innovation. The focus is on light and lighting.

The vision of the innovation network is to promote the Danish lighting industry and to support the industry to be at the forefront when it comes to the global light market and to ensure that it will dominate a significant part of this - within the next 10 years. Moreover, the network will contribute to promoting an innovative usage of light in Denmark in terms of both public and private spaces in connection with quality, design, usability and sustainability.

The mission of the network is to create a platform for growth by developing improved conditions for education and research. Moreover to strengthen the cooperation between companies, research institutions and public organizations within different areas of knowledge, market positions and positions within the chain of value.

CONTACT

For any question regarding the Danish Lighting Innovation Network please contact:

The Secretariat at:
+ 45 3123 2653 / 3123 2654 
info@dansklys.dk

For requests about cooperation possibilities:
Please contact Mrs. Anne Bay anne(at)dansklys.dk 
+ 45 2261 7434

 

If your request concerns possible cooperation possibilities between the network and your organisation/network, please contact the network's manager of international affairs Mrs. Anne Bay at ab(at)centerforlys.dk or +45 47 19 29 31.  
If your request concerns possible cooperation possibilities between the network and your organisation/network, please contact the network's manager of international affairs Mrs. Anne Bay at ab(at)centerforlys.dk or +45 47 19 29 31.  
If your request concerns possible cooperation possibilities between the network and your organisation/network, please contact the network's manager of international affairs Mrs. Anne Bay at ab(at)centerforlys.dk or +45 47 19 29 31.  
http://www.dansklys.dk/english
17 NOVEMBER 2017