08-12 September 2015
Central role in today’s watch-making industry
The premium trade platform for the watch & clock industry is heading towards an unprecedented edition to be held from 8 to 12 September at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.
With its endeavor in developing original designs and promoting brands including Hong Kong’s excellent watch and clock products, the fair is playing a central role in today’s watch-making industry.
Digital watches, metal to plastic watches, fashion to classic watches, standard to jewellery watches, novelty to sport watches, a variety of parts and components of watches and clocks, such as assembled movements, cases, watch straps, dials and parts for watch cases and bands… and a lot more are in exhibit at the Hong Kong Watch & Clock Fair, the world’s largest timepiece event in its 34th edition.
As usual the HKTDC is organizing a full program of activities aimed at enhancing the experience of the visiting buyer;
One of the main highlights of the show will be as usual the highly acclaimed the Salon de TE where a fine selection of exquisite watches will be showcased in the different zones: World Brand Piazza, Chic & Trendy, Craft Treasure, Renaissance Moment, and the Wearable Tech zone, a zone which made its debut at last year’s fair, and which will be dedicated to the latest in smart watches and high-tech products, very popular and highly thought after.
In addition to large buying missions hosting quality global buyers from around the world, various seminars and educational workshops, the event program includes glamorous parades organized by famous brands and young one in order to shed highlight the latest of their innovations in the world of watches.
The Small-Order Zone dedicated to orders ranging from five to 1.000 pieces will be hosting numerous brands and manufacturers designed to supply the needs of small and medium-sized enterprises, as well as of buyers looking for a lower stock level.
Worthy to note that the winning designs of the annual Hong Kong Watch & Clock Design Competition, will also be on display at the Watch & Clock Fair.