- Published on 26 May 2022
The latest market snapshot from the British Irish Hearing Instrument Manufacturers Association (BIHIMA) shows continued growth in hearing device sales, and a new high for the private market.
- Published on 17 May 2022
The organisers of the world's biggest audiology event are reporting high demand from exhibitors as hall layout plans for the 66th International EUHA Congress and Industry Exhibition enter their final month.
- Published on 03 May 2022
May 3, 2022. An interim Q1 management statement from the Danish hearing group Demant reflects a 13.5m euro Ukraine war hit and the negative impact of divestment of Oticon Medical. Despite the turbulence, a 2022 outlook of 5-9% organic growth remains unchanged.
- Published on 27 April 2022
Demant has announced an agreement to turn over its hearing implants business, Oticon Medical, to Cochlear. The price: DKK 850 million (US$122.3m). For the reasons, read on.
- Published on 22 April 2022
Lisa Aubert, former Vice President of Sales for Cochlear Americas, has this April been promoted to President of this global medical device firm trading from headquarters in Sydney, Australia.
- Published on 14 April 2022
Widex UK has launched a plush new purpose-designed customer experience space in Chester, North West England, aiming to entice visitors from independent audiology businesses to explore the Widex sound and deals during a welcoming business encounter.
AAA Conference 2022 + HearTech Expo opens Wednesday March 30 - pick up your special Conference print issue of Audiology Worldnews
- Published on 28 March 2022
This conference special magazine is a complement to the educational and networking days that begin Wednesday March 30 in St. Louis, a printed portable reference to some of the issues in hearing care today. Congratulations to the AAA on holding its 2022 conference as a physical gathering. Welcome back!
Advanced Bionics appeals German court ruling on HiRes Ultra 3D CI patent infringement suit brought by MED-EL
- Published on 17 March 2022
Sonova's cochlear implant subsidiary, Advanced Bionics (AB), has announced it is appealing a judgement reached against it by a German regional court that upheld a patent infringement claim brought by the Austria-based implantable hearing technology firm, MED-EL.