Swiss watch brand Jowissa prepares for 2023 TFWA Cannes return

By Trbusiness Editor |

Jowissa Watches Facet collection

After a two-year absence, Swiss watch brand Jowissa will return to the 2023 TFWA Exhibition & Conference in Cannes (Red Village, Stand M24).

The company specialises in Swiss-made watches, at affordable price points. The brand has a strong international customer base, and is particularly popular in Europe, Asia and India.

Vice President of International Sales Pierre-Yves Thonney commented: “Jowissa is recognised globally as a successful boutique brand and with a strong travel retail presence in central Europe for many years, it only makes sense that we should return to TFWA to expand into other travel retail markets that can better serve our global following.”

Showcasing the Facet collection

At this year’s TFWA show, Jowissa will feature watch models from across its men’s and women’s portfolio, with a focus on its best-selling Facet collections.

“Inspired by the beauty of diamonds, our four Facet collections each have a unique signature look that highlights the fire and brilliance of a precious stone,” noted Thonney. “Each watch crystal has been expertly cut and polished to catch the light.”

Jowissa Watches

Jowissa, which specialises in Swiss-made watches at affordable price points, will be exhibiting on Stand M24 in the Red Village.

To book an appointment, email: [email protected]

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