Jean-Claude Biver joined the Swiss watch industry in the tumultuous 1970s, and learned the value of pragmatism and how not to waste a crisis.
The exhibition business in Switzerland, in consultation with brands, retailers and other stakeholders, can and should find a way to move forward.
Click to find out how big Rolex is in the United States and globally, based on published accounts from the United Kingdom.
WatchPro's editor says that the brand should face the scrutiny of a monopoly if it fails to live up to its charitable status.
WatchPro's Rob Corder reveals how the 2019 centerpiece Hall 1.0 is likely to look now Swatch Group is gone.
CEO says he hopes a new smartwatch offering heart rate monitoring and the ability to make payments via Google Pay will eventually be able to offset the declines in their fashion watch business.
Apple's Steve Jobs made the company's annual developer conference a hyped-up global event. Swatch Group could do the same.
Baselworld, and the city officials in Basel, have wrung the neck of a goose that has been laying golden eggs for decades, and they have only themselves to blame for major groups turning their backs on the exhibition.
Domenica Di Lieto, CEO of Chinese marketing consultancy Emerging Communications, describes how to profit from this summer's influx of holidaymakers.
There are many reasons why venerable Swiss watch companies are suddenly engaging with secondary market players, but among the most interesting is the way that the pre-owned platforms affect prices for new watches.