Top 10 Watches Of SIHH 2019

More so, I love noticing that myself and aBlogtoWatch team members are now actively shaping the luxury watch consumer experience. While wishing to preserve the pride of the brands we consider colleagues, I can tell you without any hesitation that aBlogtoWatch continues to be directly responsible for new product ideas and marketing concepts that you’ve no doubt already noticed. It means a great deal to me to see the watch industry finding success in notions we’ve directly brought to them. 

More so, I love noticing that myself and aBlogtoWatch team members are now actively shaping the luxury watch consumer experience. While wishing to preserve the pride of the brands we consider colleagues, I can tell you without any hesitation that aBlogtoWatch continues to be directly responsible for new product ideas and marketing concepts that you’ve no doubt already noticed. It means a great deal to me to see the watch industry finding success in notions we’ve directly brought to them. 

Periods of great uncertainty in the watch industry are typically when new products are developed at its slowest. Furthermore, a lot of watch brands we meet at SIHH routinely hold back new product news because they want to slowly release them over the course of the year. For consumers that means a lot less new products to talk about immediately after the SIHH show – but with the promise of exciting new product announcements that will come later in the year. September 2019, for example, will see a slew of interesting new watches from brands we met at SIHH. 

Watch trade shows are straining from the fact that their job in 2019 and beyond is more about connecting consumers with new watches as opposed to connecting new watches with wholesale retail partners. Even though media for new watches is the most important element of the show, the entire event format is still slowly but surely adapting to the modern needs of any trade show-style event, and it will be a few more years still before watch trade shows have entered the modern era. Though I can heatedly thank Palexpo for finally installing hot water faucets in the bathrooms. Go progress!

Periods of great uncertainty in the watch industry are typically when new products are developed at its slowest. Furthermore, a lot of watch brands we meet at SIHH routinely hold back new product news because they want to slowly release them over the course of the year. For consumers that means a lot less new products to talk about immediately after the SIHH show – but with the promise of exciting new product announcements that will come later in the year. September 2019, for example, will see a slew of interesting new watches from brands we met at SIHH. 

Watch trade shows are straining from the fact that their job in 2019 and beyond is more about connecting consumers with new watches as opposed to connecting new watches with wholesale retail partners. Even though media for new watches is the most important element of the show, the entire event format is still slowly but surely adapting to the modern needs of any trade show-style event, and it will be a few more years still before watch trade shows have entered the modern era. Though I can heatedly thank Palexpo for finally installing hot water faucets in the bathrooms. Go progress!

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