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Grand Seiko opens the doors on its second Manhattan monobrand boutique

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New SoHo store is run by the Watches of Switzerland Group, which is also being given exclusivity on a new high-beat GMT timepiece.

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

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

DOXA dive watches surface at Watches of Switzerland

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DOXA’s revival under CEO Jan Edöcs takes a leap forward today with news that its watches will be sold online and in stores at Watches of Switzerland in the UK and United States.

IN PICTURES: Watches of Switzerland lit up for the holidays with...

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Contemporary art is used for in stores across the United States and across digital marketing platforms.

Watches of Switzerland rolls out Virtual Boutique ahead of potential 2021...

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It has been rolled out in the United Kingdom while in the US, WOSG is already running a test pilot in with a view to rolling out a fuller service next year.

Watches of Switzerland marks 2020 holiday campaign with new partnership

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Often using thought-provoking, witty messages that leave much space for interpretation, each of the custom artworks will aptly read “Here For A Good Time”.

Watches of Switzerland hires Tiffany & Co’s Patek Philippe veteran Kelly...

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In a 2020 GQ article detailing Yoch’s impact in the watch industry, she was deemed “the most important person in the watch world” and “the high priestess of horology."

Exclusive Vegas-based retail offering to form part of Watches of Switzerland’s...

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Watches of Switzerland continues to assert its market presence across the US, this time with a move made in partnership with MB&F.

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

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

US investment firm BlackRock increases Watches of Switzerland stake

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After taking a coronavirus-induced hit in March when stock prices fell, the group has made a comprehensive recovery and isn’t far off trading at the 392-point mark it was at the pre COVID-quarter.