A dedicated exhibit of exquisite branded watches, Salon de TE returns by popular demand from September 3 to 7 at the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre as a prime attraction at the HKTDC Hong Kong Watch & Clock Fair 2019. Showcasing the industry’s most luxurious watchmakers in five thematic zones, Salon de TE presents an elegantly designed trade platform for some 140 prestigious timepiece brands. It’s the perfect time to register now and source magnificent watches and rare collectibles that represent the pinnacle of time across the world.
World Brand Piazza
This global celebration of haute horology features 13 leading brands including Blancpain, Breguet, Chopard, CORUM, FRANCK MULLER, Glashütte Original, Jacob & Co., Jaquet Droz, Juvenia, PARMIGIANI FLEURIER, Piaget, SARCAR Genève and ZENITH.
Independent Watch Labels and European Watches
Renaissance Moment features timeless European origins and the finest pieces from the Swiss Independent Watchmaking Pavilion (SIWP). New participation of Francéclat from France and Académie Horlogère des Créateurs Indépendants (AHCI) with members from all around the world including France, Switzerland and the UK also presents elegant Europe timepieces including those by Vincent Calabrese, known for his extraordinary flying tourbillon and as creator of CORUM’s Golden Bridge.
An array of watch parades, seminars, buyer forums and networking events will be held during the fair to present the latest market insights and inspiration to industry players and facilitate business interaction. On 3 September, representatives of major watch associations around the world will gather at the Hong Kong International Watch Forum to discuss the latest industry development and global trade performance, while industry experts including representatives from international researcher Euromonitor, Movado Group and the Association of Cloud and Mobile Computing Professionals, will explore the Integration of Internet and Watches at the Asian Watch Conference on 4 September.
Salon de TE welcomes trade buyers aged 18 or above throughout the fair period, and will be open to the public aged 12 or above on September 7. Trade buyers can register for a free buyer badge here.