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EXCLUSIVE: Zeon sales rocket by 23% during the pandemic year

Zeon Limited has confounded prophets of doom by generating record sales and profits for the financial year ending March 31, 2021.

Fifth time in a row for Ingersoll as sponsor of WatchPro...

It is the fifth consecutive time that the brand has sponsored the event.

New Braun/Off-White collab released

The new alarm clock represents the second collaboration between the two companies.

Braun and Hiroshi Fujiwara keep time ticking with modern twist on...

The Braun x Fujiwara FRGMT editions remain completely true to the original design imprint of the clocks and continue to encapsulate the same high-quality specifications and design DNA.

Braun wakes up fully charged with new digital wireless clock

Designed with a focus on innovation and function, the BC21 and its silhouette derives from the DN 40, one of Braun’s early digital alarm clocks.

Braun and Paul Smith fuse German and British design into trio...

The collaboration has created a travel alarm clock, a wall clock and a classic watch.

Vivienne Westwood watches take inspiration from iconic London streets

Savile and The Mall collections are infused with the architecture and history of the Mayfair thoroughfares.

Braun chronograph bags a second prestigious design award

BN0265 chronograph has followed up winning a prestigious iF Design Award in 2019 by earning a Red Dot Design Award for 2020.

Zeon welcomes back Javier Guerra to lead its international sales team

Zeon, which has Vivienne Westwood, Braun and Ingersoll watches in its portfolio, welcomes back Javier Guerra from Bedrock Manufacturing.

BUSINESS BRIEFING: Zeon’s global ambitions

Less is so often more. Zeon oversees far fewer brands than a decade ago, but has command over those brands for the whole world. This means it can focus on story-telling and developing deeper relationships with both retail partners and end consumers, and that is leading to less price-sensitivity the company’s managing director Simon Gillham describes to Rob Corder.