WATCHMAKER, an industrial designer in Malaysia, has opened its doors to more than 100 students to learn from its makers’ tools.
WATCHMAKERS in Malaysia opened their doors today to more people than ever before.
WATCH MAKER CEO Anu Agrawal said, “I would like to express my appreciation to the students of WATCHMAKEERS school for opening their eyes to watchmaking.
WATCHME is a place where watchmaking is an art and not a business, and we want students to get the right knowledge and skills to help them create the next big thing in the watchmaking industry.”
Watchmakers, who opened their workshop to students this year, will have the opportunity to work on watches, watchmakers equipment and other related products.
Watchmaker Malaysia opened its workshop to more students than ever this year.
The students will be trained to use the WATCHMAKING tools, such as watchmakers lathes and watchmakers tools.
Watchmakers Malaysia also plans to offer a curriculum on watchmaking and to teach students about the importance of watchmaking in the local economy.
WATCHMEN is a traditional Malaysian watchmaking tradition.
It started in the 1980s and has grown into a global business, with sales in excess of $1 billion.
WATCHMAN, a watchmaker in Malacca, opened its shop to students last year.
WATCHMECHANIC, an international watchmaker based in the United States, opened a workshop to watchmakers in Singapore this year as well.
WatchMaker Malaysia will be the first non-Japanese company in the country to offer students watchmaking tools, but watchmaker Malacca has become a hot spot for watchmakers to learn and develop.
WATCHMARINA in Malaya is a small, small island country in the Indian Ocean that is home to a growing number of watchmakers and watchmaking enthusiasts.
WATCHMASKERS is the largest watchmaking association in Malaysias small island nation.
WATCHFEST is the annual global celebration of watchcraft in Malay, where watches, accessories, watches-watches-wakes and watch-wax, among other products, are exhibited and sold.
WATCHSTORIES is the worldwide leader in the manufacture of watch parts and accessories.
WATCHWORLD is a trade show, where watchmakers show their products in the main trade show in Sydney, Australia.
WATCHBEAST is a luxury watchmaking shop in the heart of New York City.
WATCHTECH is a workshop for watchmaking professionals and enthusiasts in Taiwan.
WATCHCOPYHOUSE is a high-end watchmaking workshop in Singapore.
WATCHCARCASS is a premium watchmaking store in Japan.
WATCHLEARN is a global workshop for experienced watchmakers.
WATCHBOOZE is a shop for experienced vintage watchmakers with over 500 years of watch manufacturing experience in the UK.
WATCHPOWER is a specialist watchmaking service in Thailand.
WATCHPERIOD is a specialized watchmaking facility in Malaysia.
WATCHSHOP has been offering watchmaking workshops in the Netherlands for the past 10 years.
WATCHTRADE is a boutique watchmaker service in Taiwan and an affiliate of WATCHPERIAN, a global watchmaking services provider.
WATCHSQUARE is a leading watchmaking studio in the U.S. WATCHWORK is a watchmaking operation in Germany.
WATCHWITCH is a bespoke watchmaking business in the Philippines.
WATCHAUSTRALIA is a major watchmaking destination with over 1,000 workshops worldwide, including some in Australia.