Corum/Eterna – Jérôme Biard takes over the management of Corum and Eterna Replica Expensive

Mr. Jérôme Biard will take over the management of Corum Watches Dubai Replica and Eterna on 1st of September, which includes the implementation of the overall strategy initiated by the Board of Directors and the general management of the operations of the two brands. Mr. Biard’s 25-year experience in the watch industry will be an asset to the Group’s profitability and diversification.

Not just ago, but back with decent rates. Actually, aside from some minor alterations and a case size that has been improved to 47mm wide from 45mm wide, the 2015 Corum Bubble is very similar to the way it was when Corum chose to discontinue it. Additionally, though the instance is bigger (and seems really big) that the Corum Bubble wears smaller than it’s with snub lugs along with a situation that wraps around your wrist well. With that said, I am pretty sure you can imagine that with a title such as the “Bubble,” this watch is thick. The sapphire crystal alone is 8mm thick and also the total Corum Bubble watch is 18.8mm thick – but at a cool way.Corum got the first idea for the Corum Bubble from a prototype dip watch intended for extreme depths. It can very well have been a Rolex. The thick crystal flowed to distort the dialup, and Corum just kind of played that and generated “bubble-style” hands and hour markers which appear interesting with a little bit of distortion. The curved edges make that potential, but also give the timepiece a fun, almost cartoonish appearance that has appeal to a lot of men and women. The dial and case shape together have made the Corum Bubble one of the most distinctive “fun” high-end watches round, and I am very happy to see that Corum realized discontinuing it was a mistake. It is entirely possible that the Corum Bubble watch set needed a break, and I am pleased to see it return for the 15-year anniversary.
Mr. Jérôme Biard has been working for 16 years at Richemont, in sales and marketing for Vacheron Constantin and Cartier. In 2005, he assumed the role of International Sales Director for Girard-Perregaux and in 2009 was appointed CEO of LPI (Weitnauer Group) – a luxury watch & lifestyle distribution company for the Russian market, as well as Turkey and Brazil, including the creation of a retail division by capitalizing on his vast business development experience.

Mr. Jacques-Alain Vuille will continue to share with Mr. Jérôme Biard the experience he has gained during his 37 years in the company.

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