At the sixth annual economic conference co-organized by BCGE, CCIG and OCSTAT, Franck Muller Watchland was jointly awarded ‘Prix de l’Industrie’ by the Geneva Chamber of Commerce (CCIG) and the Office of Industrial Promotion (OPI) prize.
‘Prix de l’Industrie’ was first established by the city of Geneva in 1985. Its purpose is to recognize and promote Geneva’s production-oriented enterprises, working towards the goals of excellence, innovation and keeping ahead in their field . The 2008 ‘Prix de l’ Industrie’ reflects recognition of the achievements of Franck Muller Watchland Group.
Vartan Sirmakes and Franck Muller founded the Franck Muller Group in 1992, and this company has now become one of the most important companies in the field of fine watchmaking.
Vartan Sirmakes, CEO and co-founder of the FranckMuller Group, took this award from the chairman of the jury, Jean-Luc Favre, and addressed:
‘We are very proud that we have been able to receive this award. This is recognition of the hard work of our entire excellent team over the years. However, it is also a strong support and encouragement for the new strategy that our group will develop in the next few years. We must be We will continue to work for Geneva, and we will continue to produce 100% Swiss-made watches with passion. ‘
The Franck Muller Group has fourteen production locations throughout Switzerland, most of which are located in Geneva, with more than 1,000 employees. The Franck Muller brand has acquired more than fifty patented technologies in the seventeen years since its birth, which fully reflects their creativity, innovative thinking and their accumulation of knowledge in the field of high-end watches.
Source: FranckMuller Watchland SA