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Watches of Switzerland searches for American acquisitions

UK-based group outlines its five year plan with expansion through acquisitions and store openings in the United States and European Union.

BREAKING NEWS: Watches of Switzerland sales soar by 40% in the...

Transatlantic group powers through covid-affected year with revenues rising to £905 million ($1.28 billion).

Watches of Switzerland Group increases sales despite third UK lock down

Revenue of £272.6 million ($365m) for the Christmas and New Year trading period might have been even higher if the group could get its hands on more watches, particularly from Rolex.

Watches of Switzerland shares hit all-time high on the day stores...

Jewelry and watch group's stores in the UK and the United States have been closed for over four months this year, but investors reward its resilience and future growth potential.

Watches of Switzerland shares nudge all time high as post lock...

Positive update on second quarter trading causes shares to surge by almost 23%.

Mayors retains Watchonista for long term media partnership

Watchonista is hosting a permanent online channel for the retailer, housing the latest news about its stores along with content from the watch brands it stocks.

Watches of Switzerland shares surge 24% as Covid quarter beats expectations

Group sales drop by just 28% despite stores being closed in the UK and USA for the majority of the 13 weeks to the end of July.

Post-Covid customers zero in on unicorn watches from Rolex, Audemars Piguet,...

Watches of Switzerland Group executive vice president says people are looking for watches that will retain or increase their value.

Grand Seiko and Watches of Switzerland consider opening a monobrand store...

Partnership, which began with a pop-up in SoHo in 2018, could lead to businesses opening a Grand Seiko boutique together.

Lock down costs The Watches of Switzerland Group $15 million per...

Store closures trimmed potential sales by around $95 million, but group says it is well capitalized and optimistic about recovery.