Demant plans to grow 23-27 percent after two awful years

Danish hearing aid firm Demant expects 23-27 percent organic growth during 2021, but highlights uncertainty regarding when life will be normalized after the Covid-19 crisis blew hole through hearing aid industry.

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The world's second-largest hearing aid company, Denmark-domiciled Demant, has got the wheels back up and running following two awful years with a hacker attack and a Covid-19 beating.

Following a slow first half-year Demant has DKK 1.5bn (USD 243.7m) operating result to show for the second half-year of 2020, compared with the expected DKK1.38bn. The firm takes a positive outlook on the future.

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