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INHORGENTA Munich

Time: February 19, 2010 at 10am to February 22, 2010 at 6pm
Location: Munich Messe
Website or Map: http://www.inhorgenta.com
Event Type: inhorgenta, trade, fair
Organized By: inhorgenta
Latest Activity: Jan 25, 2010

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>> Festina, Frederique Constant, Swarovski, Niessing and many more return to inhorgenta europe
Close to 70 new exhibitors from 15 countries are exhibiting at this year’s inhorgenta europe. Among them is the well-known watch and jewellery company Festina Group, returning to the event in style, and presenting its brand portfolio on more than 400 square meters of exhibit space. Stéphane Gordon, the new General Manager of Festina Germany, explains why the EU’s largest trade fair for watches, jewellery, gemstones, pearls, and technology is so attractive: “As a leading European trade event inhorgenta europe sets the trends for the upcoming year. Furthermore, in times of economic difficulties it is especially important to work closely with one’s partners.” In addition to Festina Group several other companies will either exhibit at inhorgenta europe for the first time or return to the event in 2010, such as the brands Dugena and Davidoff, under new management by Nova Tempora, or Esprit, now part of Swiss Marlox AG, and planning a 425 square meter exhibit. Swarovski, the world’s leading manufacturer of crystal jewellery, will also return to the Munich-based exposition. And last but not least Frédérique Constant, Aerowatch, Niessing and the German Watchmaking Institute Glashütte will present their latest models in Munich. Several of last year’s exhibitors have decided to considerably expand their exhibit booths, such as traditional watch company Junghans and jewellery manufacturer Pandora, featuring a booth twice the size of their prior year’s exhibit. The newcomers and returnees hail from a number of countries, dominated by Germany, Poland, Great Britain, and China, as well as nations such as the United Arab Emirates, India and the U.S.A. Trade show management expects a total of ca. 1,200 exhibitors and 30,000 trade fair visitors from all over the world. www.inhorgenta.com

>> Forum Zeitgeist presents fascination mechanisms
The watch forum Zeitgeist at inhorgenta europe 2010 will revolve around the motto “Mechanical Watches and the Modern Art of Watch Making in Germany”. A variety of topics will be presented at this platform – a valuable meeting point for visitors, retailers, the press, and manufacturers. Mechanical watches have been experiencing a veritable renaissance in the last fifteen years. Today mechanical watches can be found in all price categories. The high art of watch making and precise hand crafting of filigree elements inspires more fascination than ever. Visitors will experience this fascination up close and personal, and can look forward to viewing technical innovations and high-quality designs made in Germany. The goldsmith academy Pforzheim with its watch making academy and the watch making institute Glashütte offer a glimpse into the complexity of mechanical watch movements and offer clever demonstrations. While this is the third time the contingent from Pforzheim graces the event, this is the premiere for the delegation from Glashütte. In addition to the two watch making schools, there are other watch exhibitors at this forum, such as Meistersinger, Costro, Uhren Greiner, Mechanical Watches, Schaumburg Watch, Hacher Uhren GmbH, Arctos and UTS München. Interested parties can speak directly to the watch makers at booth 402/503 in hall A1, and become inspired by the fascinating art of watch making. www.inhorgenta.com

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