Summary: Amplifon, the parent company of Miracle-Ear, has been recognized as one of the World’s Most Sustainable Companies in the Healthcare & Life Science category by Statista.


  1. Broad Recognition for Sustainability: Amplifon’s inclusion in the World’s Most Sustainable Companies list is part of a series of accolades in 2024, including a “Score B” from the Carbon Disclosure Project and recognition as one of Europe’s Climate Leaders.
  2. Comprehensive Sustainability Criteria: The company’s ranking is based on an evaluation of over 20 sustainability indicators, including emissions analysis, adherence to international reporting standards, and set sustainability targets and commitments.
  3. Global Presence and Diversity: Founded in 1950 in Milan, Amplifon now operates globally with 9,700 points of sale in 26 countries and employs over 20,300 staff members from more than 100 nationalities, demonstrating its significant international impact and commitment to diversity.

Amplifon, parent company of Miracle-Ear and a world leader in hearing care services and solutions, has been included among the World’s Most Sustainable Companies 2024 for the Healthcare & Life Science category. The global list was compiled by Statista and published by TIME Magazine. The 500 companies in the ranking are distributed across more than 30 countries.

The World’s Most Sustainable Companies list rewards the leading companies in corporate social responsibility with an evaluation based on more than 20 indicators relating to sustainability, compliance with international reporting standards, analysis of emissions, and commitments and targets set in this area.

Inclusion in the World’s Most Sustainable Companies ranking is one of several recognitions received by Amplifon in 2024, from obtaining a “Score B” in the CDP (Carbon Disclosure Project) Climate Change 2023 questionnaire to inclusion in the list of Europe’s Climate Leaders for 2024.

Founded in Milan in 1950, Amplifon is now present in 26 countries around the world with approximately 9,700 points of sale and more than 20,300 people representing over 100 nationalities.

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