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Geneva Watch Days - GWD TV - September 1st

Geneva Watch Days GWD TV - September 1st

Don't miss a thing with our Geneva Watch Days TV coverage from our lounge boat on Marti Marina

We kick of Geneva Watch Days today in the WorldTempus Taxi with Bulgari's Jean-Christophe Babin. You will also meet MB&F's Max Büsser, Jacob & Co.'s Benjamin Arabov, and Claude Meylan's Philippe Belais among others who will be showing us watches and answering all our questions. We will also be catching up with our collegues at the Fine Watch Club and their members who are having a VIP tour of the fair. We will also have the pleasure to welcome Alexandre Beauregard on the set of our lounge boat at Marti Marina to talk to us about his eponymous brand. The day ends with the famous GMT Party at the Geneva Watch Days tent, so a full day of watch news to discover in this 10-minute watch news video.

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