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What does the future hold for Hearing Care?

The future of Hearing Care...

Technology advances within hearing care have developed dramatically over the past 50 years, from those first created back in the late 1800's, to assist people suffering with hearing loss.

The first wearable hearing aid, which used vacuum tube technology went on sale in 1936 in England, becoming increasingly popular by the year, with people actively looking for a solution.

Read more about how William Demant, corporate parent of Oticon hearing aids has invested heavily In wireless hearing aid and hearing implant technologies, via the link below. The company is looking to competitive in global markets, rivaling hearing aid brands who have moved into the world of streaming audio directly from smartphones.

Wireless technologies are a growing demand across different industries. The hearing industry is no exception, with great attention to individuals personal requirements, to assist their daily lifestyles.

William Demant Invests In Wireless Hearing Aid And Hearing Implant Technologies

William Demant, corporate parent of Oticon hearing aids, has tapped the European Investment Bank (EIB) for a €110 million Euro loan ($123 million USD) to power research and development of wireless ...

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With hearing technology advancing everyday, who knows what tomorrow will create...

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What does the future hold for Hearing Care?