WatchBox in The New York Times

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Lights! Camera! Lots of Watch Action!

In the luxury watch trade, video’s the thing. WatchBox Studios, a video operation founded by the Philadelphia-based watch retailer Govberg, boasts even more impressive statistics: Combined views for the company’s three YouTube channels now average 1.1 million per month, according to the owner, Danny Govberg.

Continue reading about WatchBox Studios and the way we’re using videos to change buying watches online.

Thinking About a Watch Collection? Here Are the Answers to Your 6 Questions.

Chairman Tay Liam Wee was one the experts asked to weigh in on questions surrounding collecting watches. Anyone who wants to start a watch collection has questions. So The New York Times asked watch experts around the world — at auction houses, in retail, collectors, bloggers, at internet sites and a trade foundation — for advice.

Continue reading to get answers to your watch collecting questions.

The Watch Magazine Revolution Introduces Online Sales

As the print magazine industry continues its struggle to survive, the watch publisher Revolution is sprouting an e-commerce arm, partnering with the new e-commerce platform WatchBox to sell pre-owned timepieces. “People can buy, sell or trade on our digital platform,” Bruce Lee, Revolution’s co-owner, said.

Continue reading to learn more about our partnership with watch publication Revolution.