From tomorrow, we can log in online to watch almost 500 press conferences, over 40 keynotes, a daily live morning show, six panels discussions and the presentation of 2021 new watches from 38 participating brands.
Last week of August shapes up as an essential time for retailers to head over to Vegas.
Las Vegas fair hopes to be the world's largest jewelry and watch show in 2021.
Rather than wait to see how the covid health situation develops over the winter and see how quickly vaccines can be rolled-out on mass, Richemont-backed FHH has decided to nix the physical event, scheduled for April 7 to 13.
Organizer expects to hold a covid-safe mass participation exhibition over five days from April 15 to 19.
Marketing is too concentrated in European HQs. They should support events around the world in 2021.
A total of 17 brands are taking part in the event, which runs until Saturday 29 August, and will be exhibiting to press and clients in boutiques and hotels across downtown Geneva on a by-appointment-only basis.
The decision comes on the back of the announcement that this year’s event was cancelled just a couple of months ago.
Any thoughts of a last minute dash to Hong Kong in September for the city's Watch & Clock Fair will need to be put on ice.
JCK Las Vegas & its sister show Luxury, which would have taken place at the end of May were it not for Covid-19, opens tomorrow, August 11, as a global virtual exhibition, education forum and meeting place.