- Published on 04 August 2020
A fresh injection of capital has been announced to boost the plans of the emerging US firm, Eargo, producer of direct-to-consumer hearing devices for those with mild to severe loss.
- Published on 06 July 2020
A cautious but breezy performance update from the Swiss hearing solutions provider Sonova Holding AG shows the group expecting sales for the first half of FY 2020/21 to reach 65-75% of the prior year level.
- Published on 01 July 2020
A July 1 update from the European Hearing Instrument Manufacturers Association (EHIMA) highlights a 6.4% growth in global hearing aid sales for 2019, but a bright long-term picture over recent years cannot disguise the still unaudited debacle of 2020.
- Published on 25 June 2020
The Botswanan firm behind a successful solar-rechargeable hearing aid has been steadily breaking into markets throughout Africa and Brazil.
- Published on 23 June 2020
Orders are coming in and activity is increasing says hearing tech giant Demant as markets respond gradually to the opening up of societies, but uncertainty still clouds the crystal ball on the near-term financial outlook.
- Published on 02 June 2020
An online-offline mix is the future service model seen by 34% of Spain's audiologists and practices as a medium-term outcome from the coronavirus crisis. This is just one of the data nuggets from a survey carried out by GN Group to evaluate the economic fallout from the pandemic.
- Published on 11 May 2020
One of the world's leading hearing health instrument producers, the Danish giant Demant, has been revealing the shaking it has taken as a result of coronavirus lockdowns in its global marketplaces. However the wound is dressed, it's a scary gash, and Demant is understandably chary on a detailed prognosis for the market.
- Published on 08 May 2020
The coronavirus crisis has claimed its biggest audiology events victim to date: the organisers of the annual EUHA congress have accepted the virtual "impossibility" of going ahead with the 2020 gathering in Hannover, today announcing its cancellation.
- Published on 30 March 2020
Children born with hearing difficulties will suffer life-long issues if elective surgery restrictions under coronavirus measures delay their cochlear implant operations, the CEO of Cochlear Ltd has warned.