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Geneva Watch Days - Third Edition for a Beautiful End to the Summer

Geneva Watch Days Third Edition for a Beautiful End to the Summer

Focus on the event that will take place in september for its third edition

Created in 2020 to remedy the disappearance of the great traditional watchmaking shows mowed down by the public health crisis, Geneva Watch Days immediately appealed because of their agile and independent concept. Initiated by Jean-Christophe Babin, CEO of the Bvlgari Group, who gathered around him the heads of brands of all sizes driven by the same entrepreneurial spirit, Geneva Watch Days have been so successful that they have become a fixture on the international calendar with a new edition in 2021, followed by a third scheduled for 29 August to 2 September 2022. On each occasion, new brands express their wish participate, even if the co-founders (Bvlgari, Breitling, De Bethune, Girard-Perregaux, Gerald Genta, H. Moser & Cie, and MB&F, Ulysse Nardin, Urwerk as well as GMT Magazine) want to maintain a people-friendly size. In 2022, nearly 40 exhibitors should be presenting their new products in the heart of Geneva, on the lakeside Quai du Mont-Blanc. Although it is a professional show that targets retailers and the media, an exhibition area open to the public is available all day to enable people to admire the latest creations. They are also unveiled in real time on the Geneva Watch Days section of our worldtempus.com website and analyzed by our editorial team.

Geneva Watch Days Exhibitors * 29 AUGUST TO 2 SEPTEMBER 2022

Alpina, Arnold & Son, Bianchet, Breitling, Arnold & Son, Angelus, Beauregard, Bianchet, Breitling, Bvlgari, Gérald Genta, Byrne, Charriol, Corum, Czapek, De Bethune, Doxa, Frédérique Constant, Greubel Forsey, H. Moser & Cie., Hautlence, Hegid, Aion, HYT, Jacob & co., Louis Erard, Maurice Lacroix, MB&F, Oris, Phillips, Reuge, Singer, Trilobe, Ulysse Nardin, Urwerk

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