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Maximilian Büsser (MT'91)



In July 2005, at the age of 38, Büsser created the world’s first horological laboratory: MB&F (Maximilian Büsser & Friends), dedicated to developing radical horological concepts by working in small, hyper-creative groups composed of people he enjoys working with.

Entrepreneurship is Maximilian Büsser's forte. In 1998, when only 31, he was appointed Managing Director of Harry Winston Rare Timepieces. During his seven years there Büsser developed the company into a fully-fledged and well respected haute horlogerie brand. Maximilian Büsser's love for high-end horology was nurtured by his first employer, Jaeger-LeCoultre – where he spent seven years in the senior management team during the 1990s.

Maximilian Büsser was born in 1967 in Milan, Italy, before moving at an early age to Lausanne. He graduated from EPFL in 1991 with a Masters in Microtechnology Engineering.

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