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Ricardo Guadalupe, CEO of Hublot, During the LVMH Watch Week

In conversation with the CEO of Hublot during LVMH's Dubai event.

| By Brice Goulard | 1 min read |

If you’ve followed the watch news in the past weeks, you should be familiar with the fact that the four brands owned by French luxury group LVMH were hosting their own “watch fair” in Dubai, the so-called LVMH Watch Week. Part of the show was devoted to Hublot, the flamboyant brand which is never short of surprises and bold designs. To understand a bit more what’s coming this year for the brand and some of the reasons behind the success of Hublot, we’ve decided to have a conversation with its CEO, Ricardo Guadalupe. And of course, we’ll have a look at the new watches launched during the Dubai event.

Hublot Big Bang Integral Titanium
The Hublot Big Bang Integral was the main novelty for the January 2020 event in Dubai.

What to expect in 2020 for Hublot in terms of focus and strategy? According to Guadalupe, we can expect some launches and events linked to football (soccer for our US readers) and, important too, the brand will be celebrating its 40th anniversary this year – but don’t expect vintage re-editions, this isn’t really Hublot… What makes Hublot unique and what’s the development process? How will Hublot evolve as an integrated manufacture? And of course, a closer look at the 2020 novelties. These are the topics explored in the video interview with Ricardo Guadalupe, CEO of Hublot, at the top of this article.

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1 response

  1. very cool design – but for me a bit overpriced- I may be wrong of course, I would accept prices around half of what is offered, especially taking into account the situation on job market where companies like IBM save dimes on meal vouchers

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