Innovative, interactive and connected, SIHH continues to evolve. At a time when digital plays a strategic role for business, SIHH standed out as a key event that creates multiple opportunities for networking and for learning.
For the 23,000 attendees who are invited to discover the latest timepieces from the 35 exhibitors – 18 Historic Maisons and 17 independents in the Carré des Horlogers -, SIHH is still the launchpad for the year’s biggest trends in watchmaking, but not only. It’s also an immersive experience that is rich in content; an innovative, interactive and resolutely connected platform for the benefit of exhibitors, visitors and watch enthusiasts.
In a packed programme of events, the auditorium handed over the stage to exhibitors and to exchanges of ideas. Each day, guests and influential personalities from high-level disciplines such as fashion, design, the arts and new technologies came together to discuss the most topical issues. It has offered a unique forum where brands can meet their fans and followers at keynote launches which are streamed live to social media.
Tomorrow’s industry was also at the heart of the fair with the LAB, a showcase for the innovations and initiatives which the exhibiting brands were developing in technology and digital. Also new, SIHH switched to a faster-paced, four-day schedule that includes extended opening times. Members of the public again had their day, on Thursday 17 January.”
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