Lighting Science Partners with Target Holdings UK Ltd. to Bring Human-Centric Lighting to the UK

Lighting Science, specializing in in human-centric lighting solutions, announced the launch of the international versions of its GoodDay A19, GoodNight A19, and Sleepy Baby LED bulbs, and the offering of these products in the UK market. These LED lighting products will be available for both consumer and commercial sale beginning in May 2018, through a partnership with the premier UK distributor, Target Holdings UK Ltd.

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For 30 years, Lighting Science has been pioneering human-centric LED solutions for varying environments, from residential and educational, to workplace and healthcare. Target Holding’s recognition and understanding of the existing LED market in the UK, and of the increased demand for healthy lighting in all channels and verticals of this market, has led to a natural partnership with Lighting Science. This partnership combines the technology and products of Lighting Science with the channel knowledge of Target Holdings to engage a market that is poised to embrace healthy lighting.

“As wellness trends become more popular in the UK, Europe and globally, we are committed to bringing our products to end-users in these geographies,” said Khim Lee, President of Lighting Science. “We are excited to team up with Target Holdings, whose focus is on educating the consumer about the science behind our top-performing human-centric products. This partnership confirms the growing traction that Lighting Science products are gaining worldwide.”

Lighting Science’s team of experts were the first to develop patented technologies in collaboration with NASA to support the circadian rhythms of astronauts on the International Space Station. Using these proprietary engineered spectrum technologies, the GoodDay A19, GoodNight A19, and Sleepy Baby bulbs promote increased productivity, performance and focus during the day and a more restful sleep at night.

“We are excited to team up with Lighting Science to bring their healthy LED lighting solutions to our commercial and residential customers in the United Kingdom,” said Simon Parslow, Sales and Marketing Director of Target Holdings Limited. “We are looking forward to addressing the rapidly growing human-centric lighting market in Europe.”

Following the online launch in May, Lighting Science products will be available through large-scale consumer retail channels in the UK and, over time, across Europe.

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