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With exactly one month until it opens its doors, over 1500 watch industry professionals have now registered to attend the 2014 London Watch Show, an increase of 67% compared the same time last year. Almost 43% of visitors will be...
No two watches are identical in the REC Watches collection, and each timepiece has its own unique story that retailers can use to promote it to their customers. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER TO ATTEND THE LONDON WATCH SHOW. The concept of...
Panzera will unveil its Breuer collection to the world on July 6th, with a global launch for the German brand at the London Watch Show. The Breuer collection will be presented alongside Panzera’s core 2014 watch lines and its luxury...
WatchWarehouse has opened a new concept store within INTU Watford, a Hertfordshire shopping centre that attracts over 17 million shoppers per year, according to its owners. The WatchWarehouse store offers an open shop front that encourages customers to walk, browse...
The London Watch Show is working with its exhibitors to ensure the UK's key watch buyers attend the exhibition with the creation of the Very Important Buyers Club. The VIB Club members will have their travel to the London Watch...
Richemont has suggested that Chinese consumption of its Swiss watches and other luxury goods is rising again. A crackdown on conspicuous consumption by the authorities in Beijing had dampened demand for its brands such as Cartier, IWC and Piaget,...
Luxury watch and jewellery store Ogden of Harrogate has completed a major refurbishment of its James Street showroom, including the creation of a new first floor showroom and wedding department. It has also brought its workshop, which carries out watch...
A successful first year at London Watch Show in 2013 has prompted Neilson Photography to exhibit for a second time when the exhibition reopens on July 6-7. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER TO ATTEND THE LONDON WATCH SHOW. Andrew Neilson, who founded...
Robert Stewart Jewellers, which was founded in 1835 and became goldsmith, silversmith and jeweller to Queen Victoria, will disappear from Glasgow’s Argyll Arcade next month as its owner, Laings of Glasgow, converts the store into a third Laings outlet. Laings...