LLB Expo is the largest Nordic meeting place for professionals in audio, lighting, video and AV technology.
The fair is held every other year and attracts more than 3,000 visitors and close to 1,000 seminar participants.
At the fair, you’ll meet representatives from stages, studios, arenas, broadcasts, hotel and conference facilities, restaurants, museums, real estate companies, together with property owners, stand builders, installers, consultants, producers, rental companies, production companies, students, and end-customers such as event companies etc.
LLB Expo (formerly the LLB trade fair) has been around since the 1990s and has attracted visitors from all over Sweden. The fair will open its doors again on October 1-3, 2024. With an increased focus on networking and opening up for new participants, the organizers are hoping for a fresh start for the fair.
LLB Expo is organized by Stockholmsmässan and the LLB industry association for companies in experience technology.
The Swedish industry organization for experience technology, LLB (Ljud, Ljus och Bild), was founded in 1990 and is an association for companies supplying equipment and services for audio, lighting, video, multimedia and IT, as well as musical instruments.
LLB safeguards its members’ interests by creating inspiring meeting places and making its network of shared knowledge and experience available. A unified force that upholds the industry’s trustworthiness and reputation among its customers. LLB offers training, development of common industry regulations, as well as dialogue with businesses and authorities in Sweden and abroad.
As a member, you gain access to a network of industry experts. They can help you with your business-related issues, and you can reciprocate by putting your unique expertise and experience at their disposal. The network can also open up new opportunities for collaboration.
LLB has been tasked with safeguarding the interests of its members and promoting
sound development in the industry by:
- Organizing trade fairs and meeting places
- Formulating common delivery provisions
- Guiding its members on European issues
- Creating opportunities for members to exchange information on technical and financial issues
- Providing knowledge on hot topics, such as environmental and quality management
The day-to-day work at LLB is managed by the Board and various working groups.
Representatives from the industry sit on the board of directors.