New York City - February 28, 2019
The Horological Society of New York (HSNY) announces artisanal watchmaking company Massena LAB has joined as a sponsor. Helmed by William Massena, Founder and CEO of Massena LAB and Trustee of HSNY, the latest sponsorship directly aids America’s oldest watchmaking guild in fulfilling its educational mission.
Massena LAB prides itself on partnering with independent watchmakers to conceptualize unique timepieces from sketch to wrist - echoed by HSNY’s mission to advance the art and science of horology through education. With Massena LAB’s support, HSNY is able to continue monthly lecture series, enhance horology classes worldwide, and secure scholarship opportunities for future watchmakers.
“Massena LAB is delighted to become a sponsor of the Horological Society of New York,” said Massena. “Our aim is to encourage the creativity of independent watchmakers, and the continuation of traditional techniques. The education of the next generation of horologists is key to our future success.”
“It is wonderful to welcome Massena LAB as a sponsor of the Horological Society of New York,” said HSNY President Nicholas Manousos. The brand's innovative work in collaborating with creative independent watchmakers is encouraging on many levels, and their focus on watchmaking as art can motivate us all to enjoy horology from a different perspective. Massena LAB's kind support of the Horological Society of New York's educational mission is heartening, and will greatly aid us in promoting horological education worldwide.”
About Massena LAB
Massena LAB was manifested from the desire to re-discover the craft of artisanal watch making in an age of saturated mass production, and aims to be a leader in producing rare, original timepieces.
Massena LAB prides itself in conceiving, designing and developing timepieces with independent watchmakers who machine, craft, assemble, test and finish their timepieces. https://www.massenalab.com
About the Horological Society of New York
Founded in 1866, the Horological Society of New York (HSNY) is one of the oldest continuously operating horological associations in the world. Today, HSNY is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing the art and science of horology through education. Members are a diverse mix of watchmakers, clockmakers, executives, journalists, auctioneers, historians, salespeople and collectors, reflecting the rich nature of horology in New York City; http://hs-ny.org.