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Ulysse Nardin is celebrating its 175th anniversary this year, and will deliver a lecture at the Horological Society of New York as part of the ongoing celebration. At the November 2021 meeting of the Horological Society of New York, Massimo Bonfigli, Head of Heritage for Ulysse Nardin, will discuss the history of the marine chronometer and the brand's specialization in manufacturing them. These particularly precise timekeepers allow for safe navigation of the open seas, even during harsh weather that would hamper other navigation methods. Bonfigli will be joined by Jean-Christophe Sabatier, Head of Products for Ulysse Nardin, who will explain how the recent launch of the capsule collection Chronometry Since 1846 is caring for the heritage and values of the brand.

About Massimo Bonfigli

Born on December 3, 1960 in Neuchâtel, Switzerland, Massimo Bonfigli is Head of Brand Heritage at Ulysse Nardin.

Hired in 2000 by Rolf Schnyder as an Area Sales Manager, Massimo has contributed throughout his career to the sales development of various markets, such as Switzerland, France, Spain, Portugal, Benelux, Italy, South America, Greece, Turkey, and North Africa. Since 2005, Massimo Bonfigli has also been in charge of trainings, visits of the Manufacture, as well as the Ulysse Nardin heritage space at Le Locle, in the canton of Neuchâtel in Switzerland. Today, his range of experience at Ulysse Nardin has made him exceptionally knowledgeable about the brand and a great asset for trainings and sales.

For over 30 years, 21 of which at Ulysse Nardin, Massimo Bonfigli has acquired in-depth knowledge of Swiss watchmaking, the history of the Ulysse Nardin brand and of the current and historical collections.

Massimo Bonfigli has worked with Rolf Schnyder and Ludwig Oechslin and was present when the Manufacture was purchased in 2014 by the French luxury group, Kering. He speaks fluent French, English, Italian, and Spanish.

Attached to his home region, Massimo Bonfigli is an enthusiast of cross-country skiing in the mountains around Neuchâtel in the winter and cycling in the summer months. He has also taken part in more than 15 marathons in Europe, including in Rome, Berlin, and Prague.

About Jean-Christophe Sabatier

Jean-Christophe Sabatier was born in Dijon in 1970. He is head of the product department at Ulysse Nardin in Le Locle and is responsible for the brand's product range. From the design of new collections to market distribution, it is Jean-Christophe and his team who draw up the designs for new products, decide on their positioning, and help to keep the spirit of creativity and innovation going ?values dear to the Maison. He is also responsible for all developments. Jean-Christophe is a project management expert and has excellent knowledge of the markets; he is responsible for a team of 10 people, which includes artists, designers, and project managers.

Jean-Christophe graduated from the business school of Clermont (France) and started his career in the automobile sector, at Peugeot, at the age of 23. After 2 years in Egypt with Peugeot, Jean-Christophe continued his adventure at Peugeot in Paris for almost 5 years, and was in charge of paints and materials for the entire range. After spending 3 years at Salomon in the Alpine division in Annecy as International Product Manager, Jean-Christophe entered the watchmaking sector in 2002 as marketing and communications director of Baume et Mercier. In 2011, he started at the Kering group, as director of the replica watches sector at Boucheron. Finally, in March 2016, Jean-Christophe arrived at Ulysse Nardin as product director.

Jean-Christophe is passionate about geopolitics and travel. He goes skiing, deep-sea diving, and does karate. He lives in Neuchâtel, near the shores of the lake. Jean-Christophe is married and has three children.


The lecture is on Monday, November 1, 2021, from 1:00-3:00 PM Eastern Time (U.S. and Canada) via Zoom Webinar. This lecture will begin at 1PM ET (GMT -4) to accommodate local time in Switzerland (GMT +2). There will be no in-person gathering for the November lecture. Webinar registration is required. All HSNY lectures are free and open to the public, and all are recorded. Recorded lectures are made available to HSNY members immediately, and to the general public with a two-month delay.

HODINKEE is a sponsor of the Horological Society of New York.

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