Watches & Wonders Geneva 24: “It is finished”, but more new stories soon!

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Finally, after a full 6 days of running around in Geneva, Stanley and I have clocked some 15,000 steps a day.

Watches & Wonders Geneva 24: “It is finished”, but more new stories soon!

I have remained in PalExpo covering the exhibiting maisons all week. But Stanley had a more varied week. On Monday April 8, he visited the Yema manufacture in Morteau. On Thursday morning, we divided and conquered with Stanley covering the maisons at Beau Rivage as I remained in PalExpo.

Entrance to WWG 24.

Live from WWG 24

Coverage from the PalExpo floor saw us publishing 27 “Live from WWG 24” articles. These are done completely on the fly. These articles are all published with live photographs and are online minutes after we handled the watches. So you experience the fair as we do.

The lovely ladies at the reception of the Press Centre.


In addition, Stanley also starred in 250 video clips on our @deployant Instagram Stories (still viewable now on our IG Highlights under “GVA 24”.

The main hall, where the exhibiting maisons. The center aisle houses the catering where meals and drinks are served throughout the day.

Rest and recharge

We hope you have enjoyed our coverage of WWG 24. And today we rest. Stanley and I are in Burgundy for some wine and food.

And we return! Stronger than ever!

We return on Monday April 15 with the Armchair Picks from our writers. This year, in addition to our regular writers Frank Chuo, Robin Lim, Chester Lau, we have additional picks from contributors Kunal Khemka and Pooja Agraawal (who will feature ladies and jewellery watches). And on Saturday April 20, Stanley will voice his top picks from the watches he saw and experienced in Geneva. And for next Sunday (April 21), I will pen down my thoughts in The Editor’s Choice for WWG24.

Exit. Good bye Geneva. See you next year.

In the meantime, watch our IG Stories, as we rest in Burgundy this weekend (we may drop a few IG video clips), and return on Monday with stories from the Arca Swiss (top end camera maker), Parmigiani and Ba1110d manufactures.

Our car taking us to the Burgundy for some recharging for today.

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