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Apollo Global Management nets £102 million from sale of Watches of...

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Once the 100% private equity owner, Apollo reduces its holding in the group by a third to just 28.3%.

Rolex shortages could ease this year as demand falls faster than...

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Insight from The Watches of Switzerland Group's quarterly financial update suggests availability could improve, but long waiting lists remain for key models.

Watches of Switzerland shares surge 24% as Covid quarter beats expectations

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Group sales drop by just 28% despite stores being closed in the UK and USA for the majority of the 13 weeks to the end of July.

Post-Covid customers zero in on unicorn watches from Rolex, Audemars Piguet,...

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Watches of Switzerland Group executive vice president says people are looking for watches that will retain or increase their value.

Rolex opens its first showroom in Scotland

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Monobrand boutique is owned and run by The Watches of Switzerland Group and located on its site at the northern end of Buchanan Street.

Rolex monobrand stores still opening despite shortages getting worse

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The Watches of Switzerland Group will open its largest Rolex store in the UK this week but customers still face never-ending waiting lists.

Watches of Switzerland Group takes online bookings for personal appointments

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By Personal Appointment service, which goes live today, lets clients make both in-store or virtual appointments over phone or Zoom.

Hublot hatches exclusive Classic Fusion for Watches of Switzerland

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The watch is limited to 100 units, which will be split between four WoSG locations stocking Hublot in New York, Boston and Las Vegas and 13 doors in the UK.

Watches of Switzerland Group donates £140,000 to food banks

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Covid-19 has caused demand for food banks for rocket on both sides of the Atlantic, prompting WoSG to make the donations in the UK and USA – two nations among the hardest hit by the virus.

Central London pick up is slower than outside the capital for...

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Traffic to stores in London is down by 75%, year-on-year, compared to around 50% outside the M25.
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