Scranton Gillette Communications (SGC) announced that its new brand, Lighting & Decor, will launch in January 2017 as a one-stop resource for readers. The debut issue will be handed out at the January Atlanta, Dallas and Las Vegas lighting and home furnishings markets. An evolution of the SGC award-winning brands, Home Fashion Forecast and its sister publication Residential Lighting, Lighting & Decor builds on the legacy and respect that both brands generated during two decades of service to their respective markets. Lighting & Decor enters the $40 billion lighting and home decor market as the only one-stop shopping experience for the entire marketplace. It will be delivered as both a print and digital publication to a purchase-influencing audience of 40,000 lighting and home furnishings retailers, lighting designers, interior design firms, residential and commercial building and remodeling companies, and architecture firms, among others. Home Fashion Forecast’s fall issue will be its last. Home View, the quarterly digital supplement to Home Fashion Forecast, will continue to publish. For more information and to read the press release in full, click here.
Lighting & Decor to Debut in January
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