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    3 days to go to discover the winners of the 20th edition

    of the Geneva Watchmaking Grand Prix

    Who will succeed Audemars Piguet and win the 2020 Grand Prix de l’Aiguille d’Or?
    Who will be the winners of the 18 prizes awarded at this 20th GPHG ceremony, which will take on an entirely digital format this year?

    Poetic show led once again by Edouard Baer, the ceremony will be available in simultaneous English version and broadcast live and delayed on numerous channels around the world.

    Join us online next Thursday, November 12 at 6:30 pm to discover the 2020 winners and share this rare moment of celebration of watchmaking excellence, live on gphg.org, euronews.com and our specialist media partners’ sites (Europa Star, Hodinkee, Kommersant, l’Orologio, Monochrome, Quill & Pad, Tiempo de Relojes, Timezone.com, Watchonista, WatchTime and Worldtempus) as well as offline on Léman Bleu.

    As last year, the GPHG online Mediacenter, accessible to all without a password and already active, will allow the press and brands to have images, interviews, press releases and other information almost in real time (https://mediacenter.gphg.org).

    About the GPHG: Created in 2001 and headed since 2011 by a Foundation recognized as being of public utility, the mission of the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève (GPHG) is to highlight and reward the most remarkable creations each year, with a view to contributing to the influence of the art of watchmaking throughout the world.
    The International Academy of the Geneva Watchmaking Grand Prix (GPHG) – bringing together more than 350 players from the various sectors of the watchmaking profession – was born at the beginning of 2020.

     

    For more information:
    Email: organisation@gphg.org
    Tel: +41 (0)22 321 22 22

     

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    Three days to go…
    until the 20th Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève
    prize list is unveiled

     

    Who will succeed Audemars Piguet to win the “Aiguille d’Or” Grand Prix 2020?
    Who will be the winners of the 18 prizes awarded at this 20th GPHG ceremony, which will be held this year in an entirely digital format?

    Once again staging a poetic show hosted by Edouard Baer, the ceremony will be available in a simultaneous English version and will be broadcast live and deferred on numerous channels around the world.

    Join us online on Thursday November 12 at 6.30 pm to discover the 2020 winners and share this rare moment of celebration of watchmaking excellence, live on gphg.org, euronews.com and the sites of our specialized media partners (Europa Star, Hodinkee, Kommersant, l’Orologio, Monochrome, Quill & Pad, Tiempo de Relojes, Timezone.com, Watchonista, WatchTime and Worldtempus) as well as deferred on Léman Bleu.

    Just as last year, the GPHG’s online Mediacenter – freely accessible, password-free and already active – will enable the press and brands to access images, interviews, press releases and other information almost in real time (https://mediacenter.gphg.org).

    About the GPHG: Created in 2001 and overseen since 2011 by a Foundation recognised as a public interest organisation, the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève (GPHG) aims to annually highlight and reward the most remarkable creations in order to nurture the advancement of the watchmaking art worldwide.
    Made up of more than 350 players from the main watchmaking sectors, the international Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève (GPHG) Academy was founded at the start of 2020.

     

    For any further information:
    Email: organisation@gphg.org
    Phone: +41 (0)22 321 22 22

     

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