The 2014 Munich Time Clock And Watch Fair Ended Successfully

From October 31st to November 2nd, 2014, the Munich Time Clock and Watch Fair was held at the Bayerischer Hof in the city center for the sixth consecutive year, with a distinguished and elegant design style in Bayerischer Hof. The hotel provided an excellent stage for the appearance of major brands of fine watches. The three-day watch exhibition attracted about 11,000 watch enthusiasts to visit, once again demonstrating the importance of the Munich Time Watch Show in the hearts of German watch enthusiasts.

   A number of participating brands ushered in important milestones at this year’s Munich Time & Clock Fair: the 20th anniversary of the Lange Lange 1; the Bulgari celebration of the 130th anniversary of the brand; Coopers and Austrian independent watch brand Habring² both As we celebrate the 10th anniversary celebration, the entire watch exhibition is full of joy and joy.

   The celebrities participating in the watch exhibition include the famous German presenter Thomas Gottschalke, the 2014 World Cup champion coach German national team coach Loew, and of course the legendary watchmaker Walter Lange (Modern Lang (Founder of the Ge brand) and Gerd Rüdiger Lang (founder of Ruibao). Many well-known representatives in the watchmaking industry not only participated in the opening party, but also came to help out in the following weekends, including the CEO of Lorenfi Sylvère Demonsais, the founder and co-manager of Italo Fontana, Cooper Fuss Operator Stephen Forsey, CEO and co-manager Oliver Ebstein of Ruibao, and Roland Schwertner, founder and co-manager of Nomos Glashütte, etc.