The world comes back to EUHA

 
 

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A big buzz, and an international buzz. This is the headline from the first day of the 67th EUHA International Congress, which opened yesterday (October 18) and saw the event begin to recover the global flavour it had lost under pandemic conditions.

Audiology Worldnews and Audio Infos editorial and sales staff reported a marked increase in international visitors and stands in the vast EUHA exhibition space in Nuremberg, Germany, a show whose vibrancy increases apace with the creativity (see photos below) injected by hearing product and service companies keen to connect at this biggest world hearing health gathering.

The event's first day included an opening address by Beate Gromke, President of the European Union of Hearing Aid Acousticians (EUHA). Read an interview HERE with Ms. Gromke on plans to internationalise EUHA Congresses and a drive to open the event more to younger visitors.

Indeed, the Future Friday programme on October 20, which brings the Congress to a close, is free to students and apprentices.

Enjoy the gallery of glimpses of first-day fun in the EUHA exhibition:




















 

Source: Audiology Worldnews live reporting

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