Between the 1970’s and the Great Recession, watchmakers managed to turn their decline into a golden age, and raised everything from production costs to retail prices.Continue Reading →
The mismatched expectations between a candid Tiffany board and a Swatch Group board that overestimated the elasticity of a brand.
The Speedmaster Standard: How The Watch Industry Has Quietly Been Inflating Prices For The Last Thirty Years
A watch that is still produced today as it was 48 years ago reveals why and how a market inflation…
In a position of near-monopoly, the Swatch Group took a controversial stances against its clients that could potentially backfire.Continue Reading →