The 2018 GPHG ceremony is set to be vibrant and connected
The prize-winners of the 18th edition of the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève (GPHG) will be announced on Friday November 9th in Geneva’s the Théâtre du Léman, at the eagerly awaited prize-giving ceremony. As master of ceremonies, the Foundation of the GPHG has chosen actor Edouard Baer, whose lively manner was already greatly appreciated by spectators in 2017. This year, he will be accompanied in song by Véronic DiCaire and her countless stunning ‘voices’.
The prize-giving ceremony will be broadcast live on the official GPHG website. Recorded coverage will also be broadcast on the Léman Bleu local TV channel. In addition, the actual awarding of the “Aiguille d’Or” Grand Prix will be broadcast live on EuroNews, the most-watched news channel in Europe.
You can also view the pre-selected watches competing this year’s edition here.
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 is intended as an annual salute to the excellence of the contemporary watchmaking art.
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