Fairs, training and a new headquarters for the Fondation de la Haute Horlogerie in the centre of Geneva... chairwoman and managing director, Fabienne Lupo, talks about the FHH's projects and its role in the watchmaking world.
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After the international launch in Hong Kong last June, followed by Dubai in July and Shanghai in early October, the roadshow arrives in North America on October 27, 2018, at WatchTime New York 2018.
After the international launch in Hong Kong on June 27 and a first stop in Dubai on July 11, the road show now arrives in Shanghai on October 12 before the next event in New York on October 27, 2018.
Having observed the digital transformation of marketing and media, Thomas Baillod set up Mercari Academy to prepare current and future managers for the challenges in distribution as it enters its digital age.
FHH reinforces its position in the Middle East: Watch Live launches in Dubai and new delegate for the region
After the international launch in Hong Kong on June 27, the roadshow makes its first stop in Dubai, on July 11. Next stops: New York on September 27 and Shanghai on October 11, 2018.
As Industry 4.0 continues to develop, new professions will appear but there will still be a place for rare crafts. Businesses will have to take lucid decisions about where to make cuts in the workforce.
The online world is awash with information on every conceivable product, including Haute Horlogerie. But how much is verified fact and how much is opinion masquerading as the truth? More to the point, how can industry professionals get access to the latest news from reliable sources? A new app has the answer.
Watch Live? It's the first ever "instant learning" app for watches and watchmaking. Developed by the Fondation de la Haute Horlogerie and a participatory platform for watch brands, Watch Live is set to become the all-round, must-have app that will support sales staff on the floor in their day-to-day contact with customers. Eight brands set the ball rolling with the FHH on June 27. Free from the App Store, Google Play and the main Chinese stores.
Denis Flageollet, the man behind De Bethune, automaton-maker François Junod and Nicolas Court, creator of mechanical objects, are launching a course in artistic mechanics in Sainte-Croix, with the aim of helping to maintain the region's unique expertise.