Sustainable Business with Circular Economy.
Meeting the Zeitgeist
Today's watch brands need to offer more than just functional products, because customers are looking for an authentic story behind the brand. They don't buy a watch (just) to tell time with it, but are interested in a brand story with deeper meaning. Our carefully selected Swiss vintage watch brands have a long history and a living past. The Power of the Past guarantees authenticity.
But your watch brand's vintage watches offer more than just an authentic experience with unique original watches and designs. Second-hand watches are also an expression of environmentally friendly thinking and represent a sustainable lifestyle. Your vintage watches support the circular economy and meet the expectations of Millennials and Generation Z for a sustainable economy.
With a maintenance service for your previously manufactured vintage watches, you extend their life and give their owners new joy in their memorabilia. You can publish exclusive background information about your brand, provide new insights and thus strengthen your brand.
Nowadays, collectors of lesser-known watch brands share their expertise on non-specific online blogs, forums, and tutorials. By giving your brand's vintage watches their own platform on your watch brand's website, collectors get a new opportunity to care for their old watches in a variety of ways. Now they can share information or spare parts for previous models in a brand-specific way among like-minded people. Moreover, your revived watch brand can certify or offer serviced for these second-hand watches, which increases their value.
In addition, you can revive earlier watch models by offering neo-vintage watches inspired by these icons, thus reviving
exciting background information and anecdotes from a great past.
Preserving Swiss Watch History
Second-hand timepieces from originally forgotten watch brands are an expression of an eco-friendly mindset and represent a lifestyle that meets customers' expectations of a sustainable and circular economy.
They also arouse interest in the history of a long forgotten Swiss watch brand and its craftsmanship from the past.
The committee decides to inscribe Craftsmanship of mechanical watchmaking and art mechanics on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.