The Deloitte Swiss Watch Industry Study 2021 confirms a positive outlook for the sector, though not entirely without risks and challenges such as supply chain disruptions, greenwashing, falling export volumes, a diminishing appeal of Swiss-Made and reliance on China. There is still a lot to think about in a post-pandemic environment.
In partnership with the Responsible Jewellery Council, Cartier and Kering are launching the Watch and Jewellery Initiative 2030. Open to watch and jewellery brands across the globe, it lays down a common core of goals for the climate, natural resources and inclusiveness.
Tapping into the ever-present vintagemania, Glashütte Original presents the Sixties and the Sixties Date Panorama, both with gradient green dials.
Calling all Pac-Man™ fans! RJ presents a third watch, the aptly-named Level III, in collaboration with Bandai Namco Entertainment Inc., inventor of the 1980s arcade game.
This limited edition honours the first Omega in space – a collector's grail watch as much for its design as its role in the twentieth century's space race.
Deloitte's latest Millennial Survey leaves little room for doubt. Uneasy about the growth of Industry 4.0 and its attendant technologies, millennials see business as focusing too much on the bottom line and not enough on society and the environment. What are the main takeaways of this year's report?