Baselworld's demise might have had you dreaming that you would never again have to face the gouging hotels, taxis, bars and restaurants or the...
Time is running out for any alternative rescue plan, MCH Group admits.
Show organisers have officially dropped the name and are now looking to launch a completely new concept next year.
LVMH has announced all four of its watch brands will not be exhibiting at the next edition.
Organisers have reacted to the joint statement from Rolex, Patek Philippe, Tudor, Chopard and Chanel.
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.
World's biggest watch fair floored by Coronavirus, but it will be back in 2021 in a perfect date slot at the end of January.
The 2020 edition of Baselworld will include an inaugural forum set to address key industry topics. Forum at Baselworld, which has more than 50 confirmed...
Luxury watch and jewellery show anticipates that the show will go on as planned.
At January’s LVMH Watch Week in Dubai, Bulgari chief executive Jean-Christophe Babin said at the opening press conference that 2020 would be the brand’s...