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  • Women are a growth market for luxury watchmakers
  • Women are a growth market for luxury watchmakers
    Tag Heuer (2015) ©
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Women are a growth market for luxury watchmakers

Luxury timepieces tend to be affiliated with men, with brands like Rolex and Omega conjuring up images of a stuffy old CEO sitting on piles of cash or a slick, suited city-dweller. But as the overall market shows signs of slowing, women who wear watches are a potential source of growth.

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