We are extremely excited to announce a long term partnership between ATELIERS DEMONACO and E’COLLEZIONE in Singapore, a partner with more then 25 years luxury retail experience some of the most knowledgeable people out of the watch industry in Asia.
“From the very first moment we met each other, it was clear there was not only a great chemistry between us, but importantly a huge consistency in the mission and commitment to support brands to develop high-end quality and bespoke pieces that are genuine talk pieces”, as noted by Robert van Pappelendam, co-founder of ATELIERS DEMONACO.
Jeffrey Leong, founder of E’COLLEZIONE, was quickly to add: “These timepieces are created by highly skilled and creative individuals – we see that in ATELIERS DEMONACO’s team and look forward to a long term friendship and business relationship, providing the best for our clients “.
E’COLLEZIONE, is a high-end watch retailer @ the famous Orchard Road in Singapore who caters to collectors, celebrities and international tourists who appreciate unique, limited edition production timepieces as well as professional & personalized service.
Last but not least, Pim Koeslag, Master Horologier wrapped up with: “if we see the great communication and dialoque from the past few months on our product and innovation program, Jeffrey and team will be the perfect voice to represent the needs of the Singapore market in our team, and I am truly excited to start this long term collaboration”.
E’COLLEZIONE, Mandarin Gallery; 333A Orchard Road #01-14A, Singapore 238897
On line requests and questions: Enquiry@ecollezione.com or call on: +65 – 67373820
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