WatchBox, the leading global platform for pre-owned luxury timepieces, has opened its European branch in Neuchâtel.

After Hong-Kong, South Africa and the United States, WatchBox, the first leading global platform or pre-owned luxury timepieces, has opened its European branch in Neuchâtel. Born in the digital space, the company offers consumers a trustworthy and efficient solution for buying, selling, and trading pre-owned timepieces.

“Neuchâtel is to me what Palo Alto is to the technical industry in San Francisco”, says Danny Govberg, CEO of WatchBox and Govberg Jewelers. “If you want to be a global player in the watchmaking industry, what could be better than to be settled in Neuchâtel, which is the bedrock of the Swiss watchmaking industry.”

At the heart of the Swiss watchmaking industry

WatchBox’s Swiss branch include a showroom for private appointments, events, and browsing. The Swiss offices also include a professionally designed onsite WatchBox Studios to produce live-stream broadcasts, hands-on watch reviews, podcasts, interviews, and creative film content from the heart of the Swiss watch industry.

WatchBox is the world’s leading e-commerce platform for the buying, selling, and trading of pre-owned luxury timepieces; fueled by technology, innovation, and unmatched global experience in the high-end watch market. With an annual income of about 200 million dollars, WatchBox sells a watch every eight minutes for an average price of 13,000 dollars.