2022 was an important year for watchmaking, the year of consolidation of the great recovery that had already characterised 2021.
Our company, like the sector in which it operates, has changed its skin while retaining the same DNA.
The organisational chart has been updated, bringing in young people who have grown up in the company and are capable of bringing new ideas and renewed energy.
We opened the Hublot boutique, which has grown in just a few months, integrating very well into the Via Verri ecosystem.
The Rolex boutique, after months of renovation, is back on Via Montenapoleone, welcoming visitors in a modern and functional environment.
The Flagship Store’s offer has never been so rich and heterogeneous, and the investments and new brands introduced have been well received in commercial terms.
The Patek Philippe and Vacheron Constantin boutiques have also achieved important results over the past twelve months, confirming the idea that proximity is a strong point and not an opposing element.
During these months, we have been working on long-term projects, which will see the light of day in some time, but which encourage us to always look ahead with confidence and optimism.
The year 2022 therefore ended with great professional satisfaction.
Our wish for 2023 is to continue to achieve good results in a social context that is less difficult than it seems to be.