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The Hong Kong Watch and Clock Fair (HKWCF) made an eagerly anticipated return to the physical format in the opening week of September. | Source: HKTDC

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Right on time: The Hong Kong Watch and Clock Fair returns

Hong Kong is back in business after a four-year hiatus. MARTIN FOSTER walks the floor of the Hong Kong Watch and Clock Fair. Read more »
Watches and Wonders Geneva 2023 is the first major industry trade fair since China’s borders reopened and Asian delegates were a considerable presence at the event. | Source: Watches and Wonders Geneva

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What did we learn from Watches and Wonders Geneva in 2023?

MARTIN FOSTER reflects on the latest edition of one of the international watch industry’s most important events. Read more »
Inhorgenta Munich unfolded across four days late last month and provided a refreshing change from the conflicts plaguing the Swiss industry exhibitors in recent years. | Image: Inhorgenta Munich

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The rise of Inhorgenta Munich continues unabated

MARTIN FOSTER reflects on the 2023 edition of Inhorgenta Munich following a remarkable increase in attendance. Read more »
Watches and Wonders Geneva 2022

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Watches and Wonders Geneva foreshadows a brighter tomorrow

In April, Watches & Wonders Geneva 2022 made a most welcome restart to the established cycle of Swiss watch industry fairs. MARTIN FOSTER takes a look at a successful return after the two-year global disruption caused by the COVID pandemic and political uncertainty. Read more »
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact international watch exhibitions – the question is, how will the industry respond?

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Watching the watch industry in a lockdown world

As a reincarnated Baselworld draws closer, MARTIN FOSTER explores the complications of the international watch industry since the onset of the global COVID pandemic and looks toward 2022. Read more »
There can be no doubt that 2020 will be remembered beyond any other year for its political and health upheavals on a truly global scale. The year can also be seen as a culmination of an inglorious period for the watch and clock industry.

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Watch fairs – European COVID flare-up brings 2021 Geneva cancellations

It was probably no surprise that the Geneva Watches & Wonders event scheduled for April 2021 has been cancelled. Formerly known as Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie, it will mean that the show will not have taken place for two years given that this year’s event was also cancelled earlier this year. Read more »
Baselworld will need to make major changes in order to have a successful 2019 event

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Baselworld: big changes needed to save the show

Baselworld stumbled over a series of hurdles following its 2018 event. In order to redeem itself and win back the Swatch Group, vast changes must be made, MARTIN FOSTER reports. Read more »
SIHH exhibitor and visitor attendance numbers increased in 2017

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Swiss watch industry on way to recovery

Following troubled market conditions, new Swiss watch export figures coupled with sentiment at the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie (SIHH) indicate a return of some industry confidence. MARTIN FOSTER reports. Read more »
Many of the materials, techniques and tools of horology have not changed in 200 years

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BaselWorld 2016: Exposing the untold story of clocks

In the horology sphere, watches typically take centre stage but MARTIN FOSTER says clocks and the associated machinery and tools also deserve attention. Read more »
Research comparing Swiss watch and smartwatch export statistics may not be as straightforward as media headlines suggest

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Smartwatches outsell Swiss, but by which yardstick?

Recent research suggests the popularity of smartwatches is overtaking traditional Swiss watches but MARTIN FOSTER says this superficial conclusion is downright misleading. Read more »
The Swiss watch industry reported its first downturn in exports since 2009 just as an international watch trade fair came to a close

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Stormy economic period for Swiss watches

As the first watch trade fair for 2016 draws to a close, new Swiss export figures have been released that indicate worrying times for the industry. Read more »

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