Lifeng Group Invests In The Establishment Of A Watchmaking College To Train Talents For The Watchmaking Industry

Richemont, which owns high-end watch brands such as Cartier, IWC and Jaeger LeCoultre, has announced its investment in the establishment of a watchmaking academy for the future watchmaking industry. Cultivate talent.
   Richemont said on Monday that it had invested 110 million US dollars to establish a 324,000-square-foot advanced watchmaking school in the Meyrin district of Switzerland (Campus Genevois de Haute Horlogerie).
   The university will be the hub of a number of high-end watch brands including Roger Dubuis, Van Cleef & Arpels, Vacheron Constantin and others. The center will open in the fall, providing 45 college places, and a formal certificate upon graduation.

Updated: 5. November 2020 — 13:18
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