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“Le marché horloger émergent de l’immense Canada” [REPORTAGE]
Why is Canada not among the top 20 global markets for Swiss watchmaking, despite its high level of development?
In the shadow of the American neighbor, that is attracting all the greed, the potential of the Canadian watch market seems far from being reached, particularly in Montréal, a metropolis in full renewal. Several initiatives intend to remedy this, including a new timepieces fair in September: Salon de Montréal.
It is a case study of the revolution of the watchmaking industry which began in the 2000s. Maurice Lacroix, the very example of the successful independent brand, of those from whom one buys his first "beautiful watch ", is strongly upscale during these golden years, launching its own verticalization.
Founded in March 1998, Le Temps is the reference medium for French-speaking and French-speaking Switzerland, which publishes its content on different media with the same high standards of quality and editorial independence.
A 49-year-old Frenchman mobilized a dozen subcontractors and launched his own brand of 100% Swiss watches at less than 2,000 francs. Proof that Swiss made watchmaking has a bright future ahead of it.
WatchTime was founded in New York City in 1999 by the Ebner Publishing Group of Ulm, Germany. Ebner is a diversified publishing company and Europe’s leading publisher of consumer watch magazines.
“JUNGHANS 150 YEARS” [special edition 2011]
If you ask someone in Germany to name three or four watch brands it’s a pretty sure bet that the name Junghans will be one of them.
Greater Montreal web TV
The original idea of an enthusiast
The event organized by Simion Matei, a Montreal entrepreneur passionate about watchmaking, is an appointment for both watch connoisseurs and those who wish to discover the magic of these watches, time marked by age-old know-how.
The downtown Montreal commercial development association