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Geneva Watch Days - GWD TV -  August 31st

Geneva Watch Days GWD TV - August 31st

Join us for an action packed day at Geneva Watch Days

Today's news from Geneva Watch Days kicks off with Doxa's Jan Edöcs in the WorldTempus taxi, followed by "pick a question" with H. Moser's Edouard Meylan. From there we go over to Urwerk for an update on their latest news, before hitting the streets of Geneve to see what the general public would do if they had more time in the day. You will also discover our second quiz question to win a Reuge music box, a Millenium Watch Book, and a host of other prices. Our guest of the day, Alpina's Oliver Van Lanshot Hubrecht, welcomed by our Managing Editor, Jordy Bellido, will talk about the fair, new releases and the brand's plans for the future.

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