Hear Again America announced a new franchise business model, allowing prospective owners to use its established business methods.

Hear Again America, an audiologist-owned hearing healthcare company with over 35 corporate retail locations in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, and Maryland, announced its expansion into franchising.

“We have learned a great deal over the years. Navigating private practice certainly has a learning curve,” said Asaf Peled, Hear Again America co-founder. “We are excited to share our path to success with individuals who are enthusiastic about independent practice ownership and patient-centered hearing healthcare.”

Hear Again America developed a turn-key business model focusing on breaking barriers to independent practice ownership. From real-estate selection to established marketing programs, the franchise team has built a straightforward, comprehensive package for owners.

Franchisees can benefit from existing mechanisms unavailable to new business owners. These include proven operational guidance, economies of scale, and the trust gained through brand awareness.

“As the estimated incidence of hearing loss is increasing in parallel with the aging population, there has never been a better time to operate and own a business in the hearing healthcare space,” said Rob Morrison, AuD, Hear Again America co-founder. “The advantages of support and resources inherent to the franchise model remove the hurdles that can be incurred by those new to private practice.”

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