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In the typically conservative watch industry, the shift to a unisex approach is already implicit
New president admits that 140-year-old brand is bland and change is needed
Nicholas Bowman-Scargill went from Rolex to Asda while restarting his great-grandfather’s 175-year-old watch company
New industry body aims to galvanise sector, though the ‘British’ tag is often a misnomer
Show organisers seek to win back watchmakers who have since decided to go it alone
The Swiss independent watchmaker generates sales by nurturing its customer base as a community
LVMH’s smallest watch brand covets a spot on the top 25 of Swiss makers by competing in the steel chronograph category
Ecommerce is booming but any bounceback is unlikely to be big enough to recover lockdown losses
Emergence of local high-end luxury brands gives hopes of changing perceptions about quality
Luxury houses attempt to balance value and a fair price to lure in younger customers
Pandemic forces rethink of luxury industry after cancellation of fairs
Chief Jean-Marc Pontroué is attempting to make its offering both ‘fun’ and sustainable
The arts enthusiast and chief of The Hour Glass says Singapore is a growing market for horologists
Chief executive Davide Traxler says half the lossmaking watch brand’s social media budget will go on China
Stéphane Bianchi brushes off pressure of taking over from watch industry showman
The young are keen on timepieces, but brands must innovate to woo them
Brexit will not slow down stores’ ambitious expansion plans
The poor state of watch sales is compelling manufacturers to create cheaper products
In this summer’s Olympics, every millisecond will count. But how did sport and the watch industry become inseparable?
Pierre Rainero, the house’s style director, says the only way is forward