Every month my company Chronolytics sends out a newsletter to the watch industry, watch enthusiasts and press with some facts & figures on watch consumers and their 'behavior'. Today's newsletter is about the awareness of German watch brands by consumers from the USA. Based on IP-address and cookies, Chronolytics is able to track the on-line behavior of millions of watch enthusiasts on the largest watch market platform in the world. I thought it would be interesting to show how German watch brands are doing in the USA, as some of them are clearly trying (and with quite some positive results) to get a piece of the US market for (luxury) watches. Click this article to learn more about the Top 10 German watch brands in the USA.
Last week we went to A. Lange & Söhne in Glashütte, Germany. Besides a guided tour through their factory, part of the program was a visit to MPS in Dresden for a pre-opening tour and the press conference.
The Mathematische- Physikalische Salon (Royal Cabinet of Mathematical and Physical Instruments) has been serving as a museum since 1728 and was closed for renovation six year ago. Today, April 14th, the doors are opened to the public again and they will open their doors for a free visit from 18:00 until April 20th.