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Watches of Switzerland Group valued at £2.5 billion after another stellar...

Sales for the 13 weeks to August 1 doubled compared to last year and were 46% up over the same period in pre-pandemic 2019.

No word yet on Rolex price rises, but all bets are...

Watches of Switzerland Group CFO says rising gold prices and currency movements of the US dollar and Swiss franc were reasons why watches from Rolex and others could become more expensive this year.

Watches of Switzerland Group will repay over £50 million of furlough...

$6.8 million of furlough cash and a £45 million Coronavirus Large Business Interruption Loan Scheme facility will both be repaid to the Treasury.

BREAKING NEWS: Watches of Switzerland sales soar by 12%

Transatlantic group powers through covid-affected year with revenues rising to £905 million.

Breitling opens its first monobrand boutique in Scotland

The Watches of Switzerland Group will manage the new showroom on Buchanan Street.

DOXA dive watches surface at Watches of Switzerland

DOXA’s revival under CEO Jan Edöcs takes a leap forward today with news that its watches will be sold online and in stores at Watches of Switzerland in the UK and United States.

BREAKING NEWS: Goldsmiths stores get Miami-style makeover

Fresh store concept, which will start rolling out from Autumn this year, draws heavily from the style of Mayors in Florida, which WoSG acquired in 2017.

Watches of Switzerland Group manages to increase sales during current lock...

Revenue of £272.6 million for the Christmas and New Year trading period might have been even higher if the group could get its hands on more watches, particularly from Rolex.
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Watches of Switzerland rolls out Virtual Boutique

UK's largest luxury watch and jewellery retailer adopts Vee24 virtual consultation solution.

Watches of Switzerland plans to pay back government’s furlough cash

Rising sales, profits and liquidity headroom prompt CEO Brian Duffy to announce the group is planning to repay covid support finance.