Rolex has named Gian Riccardo Marini as the company’s new CEO, effective immediately. Marini formerly served as managing director of Rolex Italia S.p.A. Marini replaces Bruno Meier, who was named CEO in 2008. Rolex also created a new position by appointing Daniel Neidhart as manager of the foreign subsidiaries of the Group. Neidhart formerly managed the Chinese market for Rolex, and he will remain in Hong Kong.
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Good luck Gian Ricardo Marini, you have some large shoes to fill but I’m sure you’ll do great. And anything you can do to get my Daytona 116500ln with the white dial do my local Rolex deal would be appreciated. I just bought a Submariner and am loving it.
I think it’s great Rolex will become the Official Formula 1 Timekeeper, I’m currently waiting for my Daytona 116500ln to become available ( although not with my breath held as some call them the “five year wait watch”. But it’s worth the wait as Rolex’s timekeeping standards are second to none.
As Ms. Colorado Senior America 1st Runner Up, would love to promote Rolex
watches to women of “dignity and grace”……………have completed 15 marathons,
including Boston, been representative at Los Angeles and Sydney Olympics, and am an accomplished
Motivational Speaker. Women over age 60 have lots of money to spend, and truly
appreciate only the “ultimate”….would be an amazing twist for promotions!!!!!!!!!!
Willing to take the risk?? Go to Ms Colorado Senior America Beauty Pageant to see
why all the watches display time is 10.10?what is the reason behind it?kindly send me the opinion.
Most watches have the brand’s name up top, just under the 12 o’clock position. When a regular two-hand watch is set to 10:10 it creates a V shape that highlight’s the brand’s logo. So 10:10 has just become the standard time watches are set to when they’re photographed, even if it’s a watch that doesn’t tell time with a regular hour and minute hand.