Portuguese Sidérale Scafusia
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What you do may not be so important, but it is very important that you do it well. (my variation of a saying by Gandhi)
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MfG, RomanKM/WWW/Mk.11/666/3508/9239/322712/811/3531/5442/5448/PD etc.
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rc30 Wrote:In my opinion G. Kern very well continued the way started of G. Bluemlein.Financially - he used first of all increadible possibilities of "new markets" he developed it very good and the company looks pretty strong.Technically - continuessly provided increasing of "localization". It was developed few "families" of calibers. This year it's already 80% of new watches have own caliber. Marketing - the "structure" of product lines are more clear. This tradition to "re-new" one of the lines completely every year was made also during Kern time.Sales - a lot of new boutique were opened. The idea of Flagship Boutiques. I don't know the process in other countries, but in Russia, to compare with previous years the structure of sellers - own boutique + few AD became much more clear and better in my opinion.But anyway I think it's still too early to make any conclusions. Mr.Kern is on the way, the trend is up and let's see the progress in next years.
thomasa8 Wrote:One thing is not hypothetical though. I took a decision in 2007 to become a fan of IWC and my loyalty remains strong today. It's the same as in 1975 (3 years old) when I am informed I first became a Man Utd fan - I am loyal to this day. I enjoyed the pre-Ferguson era (even when we were far from successful and Liverpool was wining everything) and currently living the Ferguson era has similar feelings t enjoying the perceived success of the IWC brand under the leadership of Geroges Kern.
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