Invicta Watch Group
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|Industry||Watch design, manufacturing, and marketing|
|Founded||La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland, 1837 |
|Headquarters||Invicta Corporate Headquarters
1 Invicta Way (3069 Taft St)
Hollywood, Florida 33021
|Eyal Lalo, president and CEO
Gany Lalo, vice president
Nadia Lalo, board member, secretary
Invicta Watch Group is an American watch company. Invicta Watch Group trades on the name "Invicta Watch Company" which was a company founded in 1837 by Raphael Picard in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland. The Picard family had owned and operated the company which produced Swiss mechanical timepieces until the quartz movement revolution of the early 1970s.
In 1991 the company was purchased by a United States-based investment company. The corporate headquarters were relocated to Basel, Switzerland, where the company also operates its customer service call center.
Their brands include Invicta, TechnoMarine, S. Coifman, and Glycine.
In 2005, The Invicta Care Foundation raised $127,846 to support disaster relief causes related to Hurricane Katrina. The donation was given to the American Red Cross to help those in need after the hurricane's destruction.
In 2012, The Invicta Watch Group shipped free watches to American soldiers serving overseas.
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- "Eyal Lalo: President of Invicta Watch Company of America", timezone.com, Interviewer: Richard Paige, June, 2000
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- Bannan, Shauna (12 February 2012). "Invicta Care Foundation donates funds to charitable causes - Luxury Watches That Impress Review Blog". WatchesOnNet.com. Retrieved 28 February 2017.
- Invicta Care Foundation website
- "Hollywood Company Donates Designer Watches To Soldiers", CBS Miami, May 29, 2012
- "Invicta launches Jason Taylor watch collection" South Florida Business Journal, November 6, 2012
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