Watch and jewellery makers are constantly looking for new techniques and new products to meet and satisfy our modern society’s requirements. EPHJ (Watchmaking and Jewellery Professional Environment), designed by and for professionals, is, since 2002, the only world annual gathering of all professions involved in the manufacture and development of finished products in the areas of watchmaking and jewellery. Customers and suppliers have a vital need, at a well-chosen time of the year, to have, once a year, a meeting between suppliers and customers. Both gain a lot of time by getting together during four days, allowing them to increase contacts with an economy of travel. Who is EPHJ intended for? Exhibitors: EPHJ brings together the entire international profession represented by the trades and companies upstream and downstream from the finished product: Training, Creation, Design, CAD, Raw materials, Machines, Tools, Production, Microtechniques, Control devices, Components, Packaging, Display units, Management, Marketing, Communication, Advice, Services, … Visitors: They are represented by all the international professionals and clients who are looking for new solutions from this group of specialists for the elaboration, manufacture or showcasing of their products. With the additional EPMT show (Professional Microtechnology Environment), EPHJ wants to gather all Swiss and international companies (20% currently) working in micro and nano technology and this, for all application areas, including: Watchmaking – Aerospace – Automotive – Medical technologies (including dentistry and orthopedics) – Metrology – Optics / Photonics etc …. This show has the very important advantage for many companies to be the only one to combine watchmaking and microtechnology, to have this twinning that is a definite asset. Trade and business platform that had become, according to professionals, unmissable, multi-area and multi-technology, horizontal and transverse, EPHJ-EPMT is the most important annual event in Switzerland in the field of high precision and microtechnology (about 550 direct exhibitors in 2010) and is destined to become also one of the most important in Europe.