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Seddiqi & Sons can be proud of the successful event it has managed to build alongside the magnificent relationships nurtured with brands.
Mr Calce explained how the brand wanted to come down in price and target the modern day, contemporary and maybe younger watch collector at the $200k-$300k bracket.
Dubai-based Ahmed Seddiqi & Sons runs the biggest Rolex store in the world and is also behind one of this year's largest watch events, Dubai Watch Week. Rob Corder meets with CCO Mohammed Seddiqi and head of Dubai Watch Week Hind Seddiqi to hear about what they have planned.
DWW has presentations from over 45 premium watch brands along with the return of hugely entertaining and enlightening panel discussions in the Horology Forum.
Dubai Watch Week was created by the Middle East’s most successful luxury watch retailer, Ahmed Seddiqi & Sons, which set out to create an event that both educates and excites watch lovers in the Middle East and around the world.
Sessions open on October 24, 26, 28 and November 9. Subscribers to the Youtube channel will be alerted when there is fresh content or a live forum is starting.
Mohammed Seddiqi, chief commercial officer of Ahmed Seddiqi & Sons, the Middle East's largest luxury watch retailer, describes how Dubai is edging back to normality.
Since retiring, Jean-Claude Biver now tours the world acting as an ambassador for the entire Swiss watch industry, which he feels has the potential to double in size over the next 20 years. Hot from handing Mr Biver a Lifetime Achievement Award at this year’s WatchPro Awards, Rob Corder caught up with the inspirational leader at Dubai Watch Week for a chat.
H. Moser & Cie collaborates once more on Dubai Watch Week timepieces, this time offering its first women's concept watch
Green light from Rolex is the most significant step forward for pre-owned watch market since Richemont bought Watchfinder.