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Date:July 22 2015

   June 16th 2015, Beijing, the World Brand Laboratory held the “World Brand Summit” to release the newest “China’s 500 Most Valuable Brands” for 2015.


On the basis of financial capability, consumer behavior and brand strength, NVC Lighting is evaluated as the top brand in China’s lighting industry with a value of 11.581 billion Yuan. This is the third consecutive year that NVC has been valued as the No.1 lighting brand in China.


“China’s 500 Most Valuable Brands” are selected by the World Brand Laboratory. It started from 2004 and ithas been held for 12 sessions so far. In 2015, the total value of China’s 500 most valuable brands is worth10.813156 trillion Yuan and the selected threshold is 2.016 billion Yuan minimum.  


   

2015 The 15th China’s 500 Most Valuable Brands released site


NVC has been an influential leader in China's lighting sector, having the greatest potential for achieving international status through the vision of its management and the teamwork of its employees. Now, withinChina, NVC has 5 main production centres, and 2 R&D centres in addition to its 3,000 dedicated distribution outlets and 36 regional operating centres. A third product development centre is based in the UK, supporting the UK and international markets in the Middle East, Africa, Australia and New Zealand.


NVC has won recognition for its achievements from its customers and from wider society.  In particular, wehave forged partnerships with the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA),the Olympic Committee of Hong Kong, theOlympic Committee of Macao and with the Olympic Committee of Chinese Taipei. Our products have been used in all manner of projects,including stadiums,gymnasiums and velodromes, airports, street lighting, department stores and supermarkets, hotels, office blocks and domestichomes. We are also very proud to have played such an active part in major events such as the Beijing Olympic Games, the Shanghai World Expo, the Guangzhou Asian Games and the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa.

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