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HOT 100 2014: Jose Torrens, Audemars Piguet

After nearly three years heading up Audemars Piguet’s South American interests, Brazilian Jose Roberto Torrens made a seismic life change last year and swapped...

HOT 100 2014: Willie Hamilton CMJ

With around 150 retail members who between them run more than 220 stores in the UK, The Company of Master Jewellers (CMJ) knows more...

HOT 100 2014: Craig Rebuck WatchWarehouse

Craig Rebuck is a seriously pragmatic guy. When it comes to the challenges of retail, he’s definitely the type to marry a problem with...

HOT 100 2014: Victoria Campbell Dreyfuss Group

Business people can often refer to the growth of a brand or a product as moving at breakneck speed, and this is certainly true...

HOT 100 2014: Neil Duckworth Veritime

When Neil Duckworth made a shock exit from watch distributor Nuval in 2011 many people in the industry speculated over what he would do...

HOT 100 2014: Nick and Giles English, Bremont

In August last year, a 1930 Gipsy Moth biplane piloted by Giles English, and carrying an 11 year-old family friend, crashed into a Northamptonshire...

HOT 100 2014: Mark Hearn, Patek Philippe

You’d think heading Patek Philippe in the UK would require a sedate and gentlemanly calendar of lavish lunches and long afternoons with clients at...

HOT 100 2014: Mark Adlestone, Beaverbrooks

The phrase ‘compassionate capitalism’ might have been coined to describe Beaverbrooks under the leadership of Mark Adlestone. He is photographed here during a £10...

HOT 100 2014: Stuart Laing, Houlden Group

Laings of Glasgow isn’t the only family jeweller in the UK that can trace its heritage back 175 years, but it remains one of...

HOT 100 2014: Mark Robinson, Citizen UK

Citizen is one of the leading watch brands on the UK high street, but Mark Robinson prefers not to think about that. He’d rather...