Keeping Time Podcast S.4 Episode 13: Marc André Deschoux –

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Marc André Deschoux of joins Keeping Time Podcast, S4 Episode 13

For the season finale, we are thrilled to be joined again by Marc-André Deschoux, the talented and passionate creative force behind
As one of the foremost voices in the industry, we invited Marc-André to share his thoughts and observations from a remarkable 2020. We discuss the pandemic situation in Switzerland and the impact on Manufacturing and debate the winners and losers from a challenging and unique year, the likes of which have never previously been experienced. Following the recent GPHG Awards presentation we discuss the top categories and the big winners. We look ahead to 2021 and what the new year holds as we wrap up a hugely eventful 2020 in the watch industry and Season 4 of Keeping Time Podcast.

As always, this episode is a natural, free-flowing and unedited conversation. We truly appreciate Marc-André’s professionalism, enthusiasm and willingness to share his expertise with Keeping Time Podcast. This podcast is all about the personalities in the industry and the passion that drives the creativity and desirability of the beautiful products that we all enjoy. A massive thank you goes out to all all of our guests from this incredible season. From the CEO of Audemars Piguet singing on the podcast, to the CEO’s of Zenith and Parmigiani sharing their plans to emerge stronger from the pandemic and support their retailers during lockdown; to the talented creative voices who invite us into their world – this has been an incredible season! We hope that you have enjoyed Season 4 as much as we enjoy recording each episode. Special thanks to co-host Doug for producing a great show despite numerous technical challenges. Thanks especially to all of you who download and enjoy this podcast and support the watch industry.
Wishing good health and happiness to all, we’ll be back in the New Year with Season 5. I am already excited and we have some amazing guests lined up!
Warm wishes, Jeremy 

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