millennials & what they want in a watch

millennials & what they want in a watch

Postby koimaster » June 28th 2018, 12:28pm

What do luxury brands think millennials want?

Watchmakers Omega, Breitling and Tudor and jeweller Qeelin tailor products to meet needs of young, ‘incredibly savvy clients’ with an eye for uniqueness


One of the most talked-about topics in the luxury goods industry is, “what do the millennials want?”.

To answer that question, we need to first define “millennials”.

There is no consensus on exactly how old millennials are, but Pew Research Center has drawn a line “in order to keep the millennial generation analytically meaningful”.


Men and millennials fuel sales boom at Kering’s Balenciagap

The institute will use 1996 as the last birth year for millennials, which means they are 22 to 37 years old this year.


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Re: millennials & what they want in a watch

Postby conjurer » June 28th 2018, 1:04pm

I swear to Christ, I think Alain's googling "Millennials" and "Watches" just to fuck with me.
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Postby bedlam » June 28th 2018, 5:20pm

Millenials are 'incredibly savvy'??? That's genuinely hilarious.
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Re: millennials & what they want in a watch

Postby artman » June 28th 2018, 10:47pm

bedlam wrote:Millenials are 'incredibly savvy'??? That's genuinely hilarious.

Had to be written by a millennial!
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Re: millennials & what they want in a watch

Postby Pubbie » June 29th 2018, 5:54am

A “watch” that plumbs social-media feeds directly into their brain and disconnects eyes, mouth and ears completely as they are not used to see, listen to or talk to people directly any more?
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Re: millennials & what they want in a watch

Postby bobbee » June 29th 2018, 1:07pm

Koi is definitely giggling when he posts this kind of shit.
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