How does CEO Jérôme Lambert successfully steer Montblanc through the actual rough sea?

Jérôme Lambert, CEO Montblanc International
Jérôme Lambert, CEO Montblanc International

The entire luxury sector has seen much better times than these. Worldwide unfavorable developments have led to an overall decline in business. But not at Montblanc! The brand is still growing. 

 

Montblanc is growing! In one-digit number of course, but growing!

I met my friend Jérôme Lambert last week in Hamburg for a private dinner. I assume we know each other for almost 20 years now. The next day I recorded this interview which is particularly worth hearing.

I asked Jérôme how he manages to steer Montblanc so successfully through this actual rough sea. Here are his answers …

 

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 Jérôme Lambert, CEO Montblanc International
Jérôme Lambert, CEO Montblanc International

 

 

 

As a goodie I was able to take live pictures of a watch that does so far only exist as a unique piece.

Jérôme  just came back from a business trip and had the watch in his Montblanc backpack.

Did you know that this is the lightest wristwatch ever manufactured?

This is the watch I am talking about:

 

Montblanc TimeWalker Pythagore Ultra-Light Concept. Montblanc goes ultra-light. Discover a wristwatch weighing only 14,88 grams.

 

 

>>> Please discover these very first live taken pictures of the Montblanc TimeWalker Pythagore Ultra-Light on page 2 >>>

 

 

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1 Comment

  • Wow, that is pretty awesome looking. Not at all what I would expect from Montblanc. I especially like the bridges seen from the back.

    Really avant garde, and I like avant garde.

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