James Hendy, eBay's head of authentication, describes how he plans to build trust in the platform's luxury watch category.
Anke Fuhrhup says Nomos is helping its existing partners by minimising the impact of online discounting for its watches.
Retiring CEO of TAG Heuer gives his views on the secondary market, smartwatches and the changing face of retail and distribution.
Co-founder Mike France thinks the company can double or even triple sales from the current 20,000 units with a particular focus on North America.
WatchPro meets the man who invented the original G-Shock, a watch that has sold 100 million units in its first 35 years.
Auction houses compete in a marketplace worth $8 billion per year, and are only scratching at the surface.
Resultco director Jeff Freedman explains how ecommerce can be easier and more profitable if you don't carry stock.
WatchPro editor Rob Corder learns how successful the Carl F. Bucherer watch brand has become in the past decade and how it fits into the wider global ambitions of the family-owned Bucherer empire.
Jonathan Darracott, global head of watches at Bonhams, describes how the globalization of auctions is impacting the secondary market for watches.