New managing director admits the number of exhibitors is disappointing, but urges the industry to focus on improvements to the experience.
Many jewellery firms will be returning this year as the fair promises to bolster business for those not showcasing timepieces.
Baselworld organisers land former Thomas Sabo and Swarovski employee to lead new transformation process
As event organisers gear up for this year’s show, Baselworld provides a glimpse of what visitors can expect from 2020 and beyond.
The synchronising of the events will mean retailers and press from around the world can make a single trip to Switzerland.
Our sister publication, WatchPro, puts the trade show’s hotel offers to the test.
Baselworld has vowed to focus more on the jewellery side of the show, with new initiatives in place to boost business for exhibitors without watches. Today the trade show has revealed the jewellery initiatives are already showing signs of success, with bookings slightly up on last year. Baselworld is enhancing the jewellery area for the…
One minute with Baselworld managing director, Michel Loris-Melikoff, who compares the show to sailing.
Twenty hotels in and around Basel in Switzerland have agreed to work in partnership with Baselworld’s hospitality team to keep down prices for exhibitors and visitors during the watch and jewellery show. For the past year, Baselworld’s team has been working with hotels, restaurants and other service providers with the aim of making it cheaper…
Baselworld’s new managing director, Michel Loris-Meliokoff says strengthening the jewellery area is an important goal for 2019. Many trade professionals would describe Baselworld as predominantly a ‘watch’ trade show, thanks to the pull from big name brands exhibiting exclusively at the fair, but now the fair’s organisers are looking to bolster the presentation and promotion…