Exhibitions from A to Z

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The exhibition portfolio is highly diversified in terms of the sectors involved, its geographic alignment and the exhibition types. The majority of exhibitions enjoy a strong market position within their target market defined in this way, and many of them are leading shows in their sector. This applies particularly to Baselworld and Art Basel, the globally leading shows for the watch and jewellery sectors and art and design.