The offices of Jeffrey Cohen, president of Citizen Watch America, got a great deal bigger and busier in 2018 as Bulova, Frederique Constant and Alpina all moved into his workplace at the Empire State Building.
Ebay says its sales of luxury watches are already worth more than $1 billion, making it the biggest secondary market player, and a new authentication service aims to address the platform’s Achilles heel, a lack of trust in the authenticity and provenance of thousands of watches listed for sale.
James Hendy, eBay's head of authentication, describes how he plans to build trust in the platform's luxury watch category.
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.
Jonathan Darracott, global head of watches at Bonhams, describes how the globalization of auctions is impacting the secondary market for watches.
German watchmaker’s current chief executive Matthias Stotz wants to draw on the rich history of the company as he shapes its future.
Rolex describes in its own words the value and importance of working with the world's greatest tennis players and tournaments.