WOLF rubs shoulders with Bentley, Chanel, Harrods, Rolex and Rolls Royce as it joins Walpole luxury business association

Simon Wolf.

Watch winder specialist WOLF has been accepted as a member of Walpole, an invitation-only trade association for luxury brands operating from the UK.

WOLF is a 188 year-old family-owned business, still run by a descendant of the founder in CEO Simon Wolf.

It has operations on both sides of the Atlantic, but is headquartered in the UK where it can now network among 250 Walpole members including Alexander McQueen, Bentley Motors, Chanel, Harrods, Rolex and Rolls Royce.


“WOLF started this journey to sustainability 10 years’ ago so to find an organisation that believes these values are as important for its members as we do was important for us. WOLF is proud to be a British luxury brand in the global marketplace and we look forward to being part of the Walpole community,” says Mr Wolf.

As the voice of British luxury, Walpole’s purpose is to promote, protect and develop a sector worth £48 billion to the UK economy, and destined to become a world leader in sustainability.

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