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“In the next 5-15 years, customers will want total transparency on the production process and supply chain of what they buy,” says Georges Kern. “I really believe that this will be imposed legally sooner or later, so we have to be ahead of the curve.” Full traceability doesn’t just enable customers to make more informed choices, he says. It will enable perfect replica Breitling watches to control its own activities, persuade suppliers to do the same and get to overall carbon neutrality. “And then you can go further and say, ‘OK, Can we offset all the CO2 we’ve produced historically?’ With blockchain, you can do this.”
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“We’re not going to save the oceans with Econyl straps,” says Kern, “but it’s about education, it’s about reaching out to our 200,000 customers a year. They have a leverage, they’re wealthy, influential people and through their leverage, I think we contribute to improving the state of the world.” Kern has made major changes at cheap Swiss Breitling super clone watches since the company was acquired by CVC in 2017. Out went a perceived stuffy focus on heritage aviation and in came the now-famous “squads” of explorers, triathletes and celebrities, including Charlize Theron, Brad Pitt and Adam Driver. Unsurprisingly, this reorientation of Breitling replica watches online store towards sustainability is not purely altruistic.
“The luxury industry is changing,” Kern says. “People want sustainable behaviour from brands. They don’t want a second, bad conscience on top of the one they have from being rich.” Plus, he says, potential investors make similar demands. “You cannot sell or buy a company if you don’t have a proper ESG [environmental, social and governance] policy in place. Business is far ahead of what politicians are requesting on this.”
The look and feel of fake Breitling watches shop site has changed as a result. “Some luxury behaviours are just anachronistic,” he says. “Do you want to be seen driving a yellow supercar in Milan when we have an ecological crisis? Maybe you’d prefer to be in Hawaii with our Surfer Squad, cleaning beaches instead.” Such thinking contributed to the end of Swiss movements Breitling replica watches’ long-standing sponsorship of the Jet Team stunt planes in 2019.