You’ve been at the helm of Montblanc since last spring ; what do you see as the key highlights of 2017 ?
For several years,
Since taking over the brand last summer, which are the first changes you have made ?
Certain changes were dictated by circumstances : the departure
Jérôme Lambert has been entrusted with the reins of Richemont, which has specifically created the new executive role of Chief Operating Officer, meaning
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You took the helm of Vacheron Constantin at a tough time : what were your priorities ?
I began working for Vacheron Constantin in September
How is Parmigiani Fleurier doing at this point ?
The brand has recently gone through three different phases. The first two saw it run out
Georges Kern is joining Breitling as CEO and shareholder, after 16 brilliant years spent with Richemont, where his appointment as CEO of IWC
In the long history of the America’s Cup, whose 35th edition is currently taking place, Omega has always remained true to ETNZ. Why so
How important have the Ateliers d’Art become for Jaquet Droz in recent years ?
The Ateliers d’Art are definitely one of our priorities and are
Christoph Grainger-Herr (IWC), Julien Tornare (ZENITH), Laurens Peeters (LEBEAU-COURALLY) and Daniela Leone (PARMIGIANI FLEURIER).
The President of the Watches Division of the LVMH Group has taken the helm at Zenith as interim CEO and plans to optimize synergies
This year, Baselworld is taking place without either Girard-Perregaux or Ulysse Nardin. Were you satisfied with the SIHH ?
The decision to exhibit their collections