The subject of watch fairs is hot these days. Everything began with the hazardous news of Swatch Group’s choice to leave Baselworld 2019 . This prompted a few other flights , followed by the acquiescence of Baselworld/MCH’s CEO and different reactions. To stop the draining and quiet things down, the SIHH and Baselworld declared they will synchronize their schedules once more. Be that as it may, this isn’t the finish of the story. A new piece of information distributed by Reuters and Le Temps affirms that the Swatch Group will hold its own watch reasonable, in Zurich and right during Baselworld 2019.
According to Reuters, which was educated by a retailer who got an official greeting, the Swatch Group will hold its own show in Zurich – gossipy tidbits were at that point traveling toward that path – with its most lavish brands introducing their oddities. The greeting makes reference to the accompanying brands: Breguet, Harry Winston, Blancpain, Jaquet Droz, Glashütte Original and Omega. Evidently, the more available brands, for example, Longines, Tissot or Rado won’t be important for this occasion. Amusingly, the name of the occasion on the greeting is « Time to Move ».
The most astonishing truth concerns the dates. While we were anticipating that this fair should happen just previously or just after Baselworld, it shows up (again as per Reuters and Le Temps) that Swatch Group will display on precisely the same dates as Baselworld 2019 – in March.
Important to note about this upcoming occasion is the way that it ought to be a retailer-just gathering – which means no press or authorities. Reached by Le Temps, Swatch Group affirmed and clarified that the decision for the area and dates were a solicitation of retailers who needed to visit the brands simultaneously they were visiting Baselworld.
Now that SIHH and Baselworld have figured out how to synchronize schedules and that MCH shows its desire to develop, the inquiry concerning the presence of the Swatch Group at Baselworld 2020 remaining parts open – and at this point, unanswered.