Making It Work: The time is right for Belfast’s Enoksen to plan global expansion
Three years after its foundation, the Northern Irish watch brand has signed its third sponsorship deal on a major sporting event and plans to launch bespoke workshops in 50 countries worldwide
When Hans Enoksen decided to set up a watch company in his own name, he did so “on a total hunch”. He was a watch enthusiast and had amassed a personal collection, but he didn’t know anyone in the industry, and he wasn’t sure exactly where to start.
Three years later, Enoksen Watches, based in the Stranmillis area of Belfast, has signed its third sponsorship deal on a...
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