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Monday 18 October 2021   

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CORDER’S COLUMN: The big guns have moved to Geneva, now we need a plan for everybody else
One of the great strengths of Baselworld in its pomp was the opportunity for small and medium-sized brands to be seen alongside the giants.
TAG Heuer, Hublot and Zenith join Rolex-led exodus out of Baselworld
Bulgari had already withdrawn, and remaining LVMH maisons say they cannot preserve their brand image at a Baselworld shorn of its biggest brands.
WATCHPRO ORIGINALS: Where now for Watches & Wonders Geneva?
Fondation de la Haute Horlogerie will promote fine watchmaking across events and digital platforms, a so-called "phygical" outreach programme.
London Jewelers aims to bring the family fun back to watch fairs
Mark and Candy loved arriving with four generations of the Udell family to Baselworld. Now they want that to bring that excitement to Geneva.
ARIEL’S ESSAYS: Baselworld’s demise is part of deeper problem with the watch industry
"Swiss solidarity" is a concept that we will see over and over again in the months to come as the luxury houses start to feel like it is them against the world, suggests aBlogtoWatch founder Ariel Adams.
Retailers and press say Baselworld will be missed but not mourned
Watch retailers and reporters from around the world welcome brands rallying to a single show in Geneva, but pine for the glory days of Baselworld
Rolex, Patek Philippe, Tudor, Chopard and Chanel leave Baselworld
The brands have informed the show's management that it had failed to consult its major exhibitors about key decisions regarding the postponement of this year's event.
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