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Rolex and Audemars Piguet headline 55-strong exhibitor list for Dubai Watch Week 2023

This will be the sixth outing for the bi-annual watch fair that welcomed over 16,000 at its last outing in 2021.

Dubai Watch Week, which is hosted every two years by Ahmed Seddiqi & Sons in the United Arab Emirates, has released a list of 55 brands that will participate at the show in November.

Headline exhibitors include Rolex, Audemars Piguet, Tudor, Hublot, Chopard, Ulysse Nardin, Girard-Perregaux, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chanel and WatchBox, all of which will have stand-alone spaces on site.

The event runs from November 16 to 20 at The Gate, an iconic building that welcomes people into the Dubai International Financial Centre district.

2023 will be the sixth outing for the bi-annual watch fair that welcomed over 16,000 at its last outing in 2021.

In addition to the stand-alone exhibitors, the main exhibition space will host Akrivia, Armin Strom, Arnold & Son, ArtyA, Bell & Ross, Biver, Bovet, Breitling, Bremont, Christophe Claret, Chronoswiss, Czapek, De Bethune, Dior, Doxa, F.P. Journe, Ferdinand Berthoud, Frederique Constant, GENUS, Grand Seiko, Greubel Forsey, H. Moser & Cie., HYT, ID Genève, Jacob & Co., Konstantin Chaykin, La Fabrique du Temps Louis Vuitton, Laurent Ferrier, Louis Erard, Ludovic Ballouard, MB&F, Ming, Moritz Grossmann, Norqain, Oris, Rebellion Timepieces, Remy Cools, Reservoir, Ressence, Schwarz Etienne, Speake-Marin, TAG Heuer, Trilobe Watches, Urwerk, Vanguart, and Vyntage.

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There will also be a lively programme of seminars and masterclasses, dubbed the Curious Confluence, which will explore the intersection between watchmaking and other industries.

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Hind Seddiqi.

“The 6th edition is shaping up to be the largest iteration of the event yet and transcends horology. We are keen to expand our offering, thus appealing to a wider audience. Dubai Watch Week, a movement in horology, will continue to pioneer rising players across key fields and support initiatives that further elevate our industry, and cement Dubai as a global centre for culture in line with the nation’s vision,” says Hind Seddiqi, director general of Dubai Watch Week.

Along with watches and watch-related discussions, guests can also expect new F&B concepts on-site, an array of entertainment, craftsmanship and technology-driven activations.

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  1. What’s the point of Rolex exhibitions if there aren’t any available to buy by the average customer ?

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