A new series exclusive to the WatchGecko Online Magazine hearing from the amazing people who shape the watch industry…
When looking at watch images online, reading detailed reviews or simply going into an AD as you hunt for your next watch, it is easy to forget just how much work has gone into getting that watch on your wrist. From freelance photographers, journalists and storytellers all the way to watchmakers, industry veterans and CEOs, there is a near-endless stream of people who tirelessly work in the watch industry. These people are all connected by one simple motive: passion.
Our understanding of this meant we wanted to create something that highlighted all of these voices. This is where ‘15 Questions With’ comes into play.
A new, exclusive series to the WatchGecko Online Magazine that acts as a platform for people working in and around watches to share their thoughts, insights and experiences with you. It’s simple, we will ask all guests the exact same 15 questions no matter who they are or what they do, and will present their answers to you right here.
Why the same 15 questions?
Well, we believe this is a brilliant way of highlighting how no matter who you are, where you’re from or what you do, each of our guests has unique experiences of the industry in all its fascinations. Whether it's a CEO of a legacy brand, a brilliant salesperson in your favourite watch store or a lifelong watch collector, you’ll be hearing from them as they share a small look into their version of the watch world; right here on the WatchGecko Online Magazine.
This exciting dig into the brains of the people who shape the industry should also provide a fascinating insight into how the world of watches is perceived across the globe by the people who shape it.
We want to get an idea of how each different person tackles the questions to show you that no matter who you are, the undeniable fuel of horology that is passion unites everyone.
We hope you’re as excited about this new series as we are!
Stay tuned for the first episode very shortly...