Business News: Audemars Piguet's CEO Francois-Henry Bennahmias Plays The Concept Supersonnerie Live On CNBC

Business News: Audemars Piguet's CEO Francois-Henry Bennahmias Plays The Concept Supersonnerie Live On CNBC

Last week, during a meeting on CNBC’s Squawk on the Street show, Bennahmias played the moment repeater in fundamentally the absolute worst conditions – on a bustling TV – yet you could in any case hear it ring obviously. Indeed, even abundance journalist Robert Frank talking over it couldn’t overwhelm the sound of the front line minute repeater. You can tell from the expression all over why the CEO felt a live demonstration of the company’s most costly moment repeater wasn’t a danger by any means. Most CEOs would have courteously turned that invitation down, however on the other hand they wouldn’t hold a similar watch as Bennahmias, would they?

Name the time and spot. Odds are you will hear the toll of the Audemars Piguet Concept Supersonnerie noticeably, whatever the circumstances.

During the meeting, Bennahmias additionally affirmed that individuals are really purchasing the $510,000 super-watch. The latest customer is a 28-year-old tech financial backer who just sold his third company. Bennahmias likewise showed up incredibly satisfied with the company’s outcomes this year, uncovering AP was “a few years” out from becoming a billion dollar company. The meeting likewise affirms the status of the U.S. market as number one for Audemars Piguet.

Watch the full meeting on CNBC here.