The new 24HOURS is available on March 17th the opening day of Baselworld, the world exhibition dedicated to watchmaking and jewelry held in Basel until March 24th.

This issue focuses on the market trends of Haute Horlogerie, coming out from the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie in Geneva, which remains a sector benchmark.

The entire Swiss watchmaking sector closes 2015 with a decrease by -3.3%, bucking the trend of the European market and particularly of the Italian one. In fact Italy is now ranked at the fourth place among the most important markets, for Swiss industry behind Hong Kong, the US and China.

A trip across the watchmaking world leading to the offer addressed to a female audience which is growing steadily. A request that the main watchmakers satisfy through the creation of models combining aesthetic component with technical contents.

A border line between high jewelry and fine watch making art which is becoming thinner and thinner.

The new issue of 24Hours is available at the newsstands as of Thursday March 17th.