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HOT 100 2014: Jose Torrens, Audemars Piguet

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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...