Author: Hearing Review Staff

News Story #167

marketing Counter display Widex Hearing Aid Company, Garden City Park, NY, offers a new counter display for presenting SENSO PLUS consumer brochures. The brushed metal display offers a visually “high-tech” look designed to complement th

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News Story #164

Moisture Protector HAL-HEN Company, Garden City Park, NY, offers Super Dri Aid (Catalog #2579) and Mini Super Dri AID (Catalog #2386) to protect all types of hearing instruments from moisture. The product utilizes molecular sieve pellets (instead

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News Story #152

GN Great Nordic to purchase Beltone Minnetonka, MN — The GN Great Nordic Group, Copenhagen, which includes GN ReSound, Redwood City, CA, announced in late-May that it had agreed to purchase Beltone Electronics Corp., Chicago. The companies re

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News Story #151

Marj’s Musings: How Did Your Practice/Business Do? Was the final year of the 20th century a “banner year” for your practice/business? Was yours among the more fortunate offices where the gross revenues increased over the year befor

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The 1999 Hearing Instrument Market-The Dispensers’ Perspective

In the last year of the 20th Century, only half of all dispensing practices/businesses experienced increases in hearing instrument sales and gross revenues. However, more than three-quarters of dispensing professionals predict that their offices will see increases in these areas during 2000. The 2000 HR Survey, the most comprehensive of its kind, also looks at trends in pricing, number of instruments sold and testing and fitting practices. As one of HR’s most popular annual features, the Survey is used by hearing care professionals as a yardstick for their practices/businesses throughout the year.

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The 1999 Hearing Instrument Market-The Dispensers’ Perspective

In the last year of the 20th Century, only half of all dispensing practices/businesses experienced increases in hearing instrument sales and gross revenues. However, more than three-quarters of dispensing professionals predict that their offices will see increases in these areas during 2000. The 2000 HR Survey, the most comprehensive of its kind, also looks at trends in pricing, number of instruments sold and testing and fitting practices. As one of HR’s most popular annual features, the Survey is used by hearing care professionals as a yardstick for their practices/businesses throughout the year.

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