Classic Scoble : Get a tour of Franck Muller, famous Swiss watch maker

April 6th, 2008 |
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When I visited Geneva, Switzerland to speak at the LIFT Conference, Laurent Haug, planner of the conference, invited Maryam and me on a tour of one of Switzerland’s most famous watch makers: Franck Muller. Here, you get a little taste of how these very expensive watches are made (cheapest one costs 20,000 Swiss Francs, most expensive is a million). I can’t imagine working on such small parts all day long. Thanks to Rocky Barbanica for doing a fabulous editing job and telling a great story. That’s what it’s all about!

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