In 1865, Georges Favre-Jacot combined all the watchmaking professions into one watch manufactory. The first pocket watch was presented just four years later. Inspired by an award at the World Exhibition in 1900, equipment for cars, trucks, trains and airplanes was created from 1910 onwards. The company Zenith made a name for itself. In Le Locle the manufactory was given the name "Manufactory with 2,000 golden and silver hands". Various watch models such as the caliber El Primero have been successes. In 2000 Zenith becomes part of LVMH. The inclusion as a World Heritage Site in 2009 was a special honour: the Pilot Big Date Special pilot collection was awarded the "Petite Aiguille" prize at the Grand Prix d'Horlogerie de Genève in 2012.