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CORDER’S COLUMN: Richemont’s ecommerce empire is ready to transform watch economy

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The saga of Richemont’s acquisition of Yoox Net-A-Porter has been so protracted and complex that, rather like Brexit, people have stopped paying attention until...

CORDER’S COLUMN: Send me your questions for Chrono24’s chief executive Tim...

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On Wednesday WatchPro is heading to Germany for an exclusive interview with Chrono24's chief executive Tim Stracke and we would like to give you...

CORDER’S COLUMN: Richemont could become the world’s biggest Rolex dealer

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There was a time when Watchfinder was considered part of the grey market problem, now it is part of Richemont's solution. In its end of...

CORDER’S COLUMN: Richemont makes bold bid for credibility with millennials

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Richemont's creation of a completely new brand in the form of Baume is a bold and necessary step to appeal directly to a younger...

CORDER’S COLUMN: My verdict on Baselworld 2018

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I'm just back from my annual pilgrimage to Baselworld and I have had time to reflect on the importance of this year's show compared...

CORDER’S COLUMN: Aurum off the block

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I last sat down for a ‘Big Interview’ with Aurum Holdings CEO Brian Duffy on September 8 this year. The interview was scheduled to...

CORDER’S COLUMN: How big is Rolex?

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Rolex does not disclose financial information. The world's second biggest watch company (if Apple's analysis is correct) is owned by Hans Wilsdorf Foundation, a private family...

CORDER’S COLUMN: Why Willie Hamilton should get a hero’s send-off by...

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Calls first started coming into WatchPro and stablemate Professional Jeweller two weeks ago about trouble at The Company Master Jewellers and its chief executive...

CORDER’S COLUMN: Beaverbrooks CEO has instilled discipline that is driving up...

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Anna Blackburn has been CEO of Beaverbrooks since 2013. She is now in her 20th year with the company, having worked her way up...

CORDER’S COLUMN: Be thankful for Britain’s billion pound mega multiples

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These are tough times on the high street. Footfall is down, consumer confidence is fragile, big names are disappearing and being replaced with charity...