A Guided Tour Of The IWC Factory

By Jack Freedman

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Under the able leadership of its legendary bright chairman, Mr. Gunter Blumlein, IWC is well positioned to meet the demands of the next millenium as more consumers around the globe learn of the history and excellent timepieces of the International Watch Company.

It will be a fresh challenge for the company to find new and broader markets to appeal to with high quality hand-crafted watches to meet a wide range of budgets. The U.S. market is certainly ripe for expansion as more watch enthusiasts are discovering the real value of an IWC. IWC represents true value because they still honor the true art of watchmaking as carried on through the centuries. With only about 30,000 watches produced a year, IWC can look forward to a growing appetite of educated consumers across the world who appreciate fine timepieces.

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The writer acknowledges thanks to IWC, International Wristwatch magazine, and others for information gathered to cover parts of this report.

Thank you for taking this tour and getting familiar with IWC. Your comments are welcome and can be sent direct to me via e-mail: jfsuperior@aol.com

(copyrighted by Jack Freedman, 10/98)