The city of Geneva has a long tradition of hosting big international conferences. Palexpo, composed of 7 halls, is one of the world largest exhibition venues. It is located 500 meters from Geneva’s International airport and directly accessible from the highway. The International Conference Center in Geneva (CICG) can accommodate 1,800 people and features state of the art equipment.
Let’s take a look at 3 biggest international exhibitions that are scheduled for winter/ spring, 2019.
Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie (SIHH)
January 14-17, 2019
The Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie (SIHH) is one of the largest events in watchmaking industry, held annually in Geneva since 1991.
SIHH was arranged after several brands decided not to show their watches at Baselworld.
Every year, this luxury watch fair showcases the latest timepieces and sets the tone for the latest watchmaking trends. Next year, 35 exhibitors including 18 historic Maisons and 17 independents in the Carré des Horlogers, will participate at the SIHH.
During the first few days, this fantastic event in fine watchmaking is open to industry professionals and the press. However, the public have the opportunity to attend the event on Thursday, 17th of January.
Geneva International Motor Show
March 7-17, 2019
The Geneva International Motor Show is one of the key events for the global automotive industry. Founded in 1905, it became one of world’s “Big Five” prestigious car shows. The other 4 are held in Frankfurt, Paris, Tokyo, and Detroit.
The Geneva International Motor Show is a truly international event that aims to provide a comprehensive view of trends and technologies in the automotive industry. In 2019, over 200 exhibitions are to be present at the Geneva International Motor Show. Annually, it attracts around 700,000 visitors from all the corners of the world.
GIMS is a platform to see luxurious and mass-market vechicles and electric cars.
International Exhibition of Inventions of Geneva
April 10-14, 2019
The International Exhibition of Inventions hjas been held since 1972 under the patronage of the Swiss Federal Government, the State and City of Geneva, and the World Intellectual Property Organization.
Universities, industrial and commercial companies, associations and research centers – in total more than 800 participants from 40 countries – are to present their inventions to the public. They represent electricity, mechanics, optics, water, energy, toys, and home equipment.
This exhibition could easily be named as the innovations market and an ideal place to promote your inventions for both global chages and everyday use.