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Geneva watchmakers’ trade fair moved from June to September

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Geneva’s EPHJ Trade Show has been rescheduled from June to September.

The event is the world’s largest exhibition dedicated to high-precision watchmaking equipment and tools; microtechnology and medical technology.

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In previous years, it has welcomed over 20,000 professional visitors and 800 exhibitors from around the world.

It is a must-attend fair for anybody with a professional interest in the manufacture, servicing or repair of watches.

“In accordance with the Swiss federal directives prohibiting the holding of trade fairs to date and the need to inform exhibitors in good time for organizational reasons a few weeks before the event, the organizers are obliged to postpone the 2021 edition, under the same conditions, from 14 to 17 September 2021 at Palexpo, Geneva,” the organizer says.

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