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Within weeks of each other, WATCHPRO Salon in London, WatchTime in New York and Dubai Watch Week in the UAE, proved that major shows...
The thing about watches is that nobody needs them anymore, which is why Jean-Claude Biver always told me that the job of brands is...
There is still time to book your tickets for WATCHPRO Salon, which runs from Friday to Saturday at The Londoner Hotel on Leicester Square.
My hunch is that the shift towards living independents will be with us for many years, which will have a transformative effect on the top end of the market.
Jewellers are giving more and more of their store space to a handful of watch brands. The tactic is successful, but should not go too far.
Until recently, independents could be safely ignored or even admired by shareholders of the big groups. That could change.
UK financial results for 2020 from the world's biggest watchmakers and retailers show the devastating effect of the pandemic on businesses that have relied too heavily on tourist spending in central London.
Baselworld will be back in 2022, according to its owner MCH Group, but an online poll finds watch enthusiasts would rather gather in London.
Watchmaking's most secretive operator breaks silence twice. Is this heralding a fresh era of openness?
Could profit taking and panic cause prices to crash? Not a chance, argues WATCHPRO editor Rob Corder.