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Kaiser Time adds digital and ecommerce expertise to its watch retailing...

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Kaiser Time has teamed up with Thornton Digital Consulting to launch a new service for watch and jewelry retailers needing to fire up their ecommerce offer.

MadaLuxeVault.com sales surge by 500% during peak Covid months

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US distributor for Fendi, Salvatore Ferragamo, Versace and Teslar watches reveals dramatic change to consumer spending.

CORDER’S COLUMN: Disney screws its cinema friends. Watch retailers know the...

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Disney would not exist without cinemas, so its decision to release this summer's blockbuster remake of Mulan exclusively on the Disney+ streaming service is a massive gut punch for these businesses that have been investing in making movie watching such an attractive experience.

Zenith joins procession of brands opening ecommerce sites for the United...

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Authorized dealers are becoming all-too familiar with the brands they have loyally worked with for years setting up in competition, so the strategy shift from Zenith will be frustrating, but far from surprising.

Bremont opens a virtual version of its London flagship boutique

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British watchmaker invites customers to explore its aviation-themed showroom in Mayfair.

Hublot rapidly expands direct to consumer ecommerce

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This week the watchmaker attached the 'add to basket" button next to 80 more models, mainly core collections at the less expensive end of the portfolio.

MB&F finds a way to help its retail partners sell online...

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MB&F's ecommerce site will offer watches that are in stock with its retail partners, creating a virtual inventory of the rare watches and ensuring that the retailer offering the watch up for sale is rewarded. 

Ulysse-Nardin starts selling direct to consumers through new ecommerce site

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Transactional website launch has been bought forward to today in the USA and UK markets.

Forter shows retailers how to increase profits by perfecting their returns...

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Nearly one in four customers have abandoned a shopping cart due to poor returns options, and 31% of consumers would not shop again at a retailer following a difficult returns experience.

ARIEL’S ESSAYS: Not all watch brands should be seduced by direct-to-consumer...

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Even as the world is enduring global economic shutdown, luxury watch brands continue to plan the next phase of their sales strategies – which, for many companies, will rely heavily upon internet sales.