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CORDER’S COLUMN: Without a vaccine, Switzerland’s spring watch fairs look doomed

Marketing is too concentrated in European HQs. They should support events around the world in 2021.

It’s We Time for Basel watch and jewellery show

HourUniverse will take place from 8 to 12 April, 2021, in the cavernous Hall 1 of the Messe Basel event space.

Geneva’s 2021 watch shows pencilled in for April 7 to 13

Neither Rolex nor Watches & Wonders has officially confirmed dates, and the programme of shows next year relies on continuing control of the Covid pandemic, or mass vaccination.

Richemont tightens grip on Watches & Wonders as FHH president resigns

Fabienne Lupo, who has spent 15 years at the Fondation de la Haute Horlogerie and been the face of the rebranded Watches & Wonders Geneva, has been replaced with Richemont's Head of Specialist Watchmakers Emmanuel Perrin.

EXCLUSIVE: Baselworld name abandoned as organiser contemplates a new format in...

Team behind Baselworld has not given up on creating a brand new show for up to 600 exhibitors.

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.

Richemont resigned to hosting online launches of 2020 collections

Cartier will have its own platform and others are using a portal created by Watches & Wonders Geneva.

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Bulgari had already withdrawn, and remaining LVMH maisons say they cannot preserve their brand image at a Baselworld shorn of its biggest brands.

London Jewelers aims to bring the family fun back to watch...

Mark and Candy loved arriving with four generations of the Udell family to Baselworld. Now they want that to bring that excitement to Geneva.

CORDER’S COLUMN: The big guns have moved to Geneva, now we...

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.