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Light Bureau expands internationally

Expansion in the DACH region reinforces our international presence.

Christopher Seider, Head of International Business Development, Light Bureau

We are strengthening our presence in the DACH region and appoint Christopher Seider as the new Head of International Business Development. Together with our AFRY team in Lugano we reinforce our lighting services internationally.  

Working closely with all Light Bureau offices and AFRY divisions Christopher Seider will be leading Light Bureau’s international business development as well as enhance the synergies between our projects and processes internationally. Christopher will be based in Austria and will interact directly with the German speaking regions and support our project development worldwide.

This is an exciting new chapter at Light Bureau. I am certain, that having Christopher as a part of our team of experts and combining our knowledge of lighting design, the industry and international business development will make us an even stronger competitor on the global market.” Says Jim Collin, Head of Light Bureau”

Christopher comes with high praise with many years of experience from the lighting and design industry. For more than two decades he ran the consultancy agencies Seider Design and Integrated Innovation & Design and notably developed renowned brands in the lighting industry. To mention a few of his assignments, Christopher was the Executive Vice President of the Zumtobel Group, and has worked in award winning offices, such as Lichtvision in Berlin and Fisher Marantz Stone in New York.

 

For more information, please contact:

Jim Collin, Head of Light Bureau
jim.collin@lightbureau.com, +46 10 505 51 98

 

 

Top Image:

  • Nursing home in Giornico, Switzerland 
  • Architect: Baserga Mozzetti
  • Lighting Design: AFRY
  • Photographer: Marcelo Villada Ortiz