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Second Geneva watch show launches to run alongside Watches and Wonders

Time to Watches is scheduled to run concurrently from March 30 to April 5 just 10 minutes away from Watches and Wonders' Palexpo Geneva venue.

Will we ever meet again in Switzerland?

Robin Swithinbank investigates whether Swiss megafairs will ever again have the strength and stature to attract tens of thousands of visitors from around the world, or will more focused in-country events and digital showcases take their place?

Hotel rooms in short supply as Watches and Wonders names the...

"It is full steam ahead for spring 2022," a release from the organizer said this morning.

Maurice Lacroix takes its iconic AIKON to the next level

Inspired by the urban and dynamic design of Maurice Lacroix’s flagship collection, the AIKON Master Grand Date reveals a new movement and design.

12,000 Chinese congregate for first physical Watches and Wonders show

Watches and Wonders Shanghai was the largest gathering of the industry since Baselworld 2019.

Watches and Wonders lines up over 400 hours of presentations

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.

CORDER’S COLUMN: I do wonder about Watches and Wonders

Web-based exhibitions like April's Watches and Wonders will only work for a tiny number of brands.

CORDER’S COLUMN: Luxury must excite

Another season of webinars from wooden CEOs presentations fills me with dread.

Watches and Wonders dubs “phygital experience” to bring the best brands...

While the term 'phygital' may seem a strange one to all of us, Watches and Wonders’ aim is to bring back some normality to what has been another somewhat difference start to a calendar year.

CORDER’S COLUMN: 2021 is a post-apocalypse wasteland waiting for something —...

Next year is a barren desert stretching to a distant horizon in which there are no major promotional events planned for the entire watch industry. I do not have a single nailed on date in my calendar for next year. Nil, nothing, nada.