Demant CEO: Ketchup effect could lead to above-average growth in 2022 and 2023

Hearing-aid demand accumulated during the Covid-19 pandemic could provide the sector with several golden years, foresees Demant CEO Søren Nielsen.

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Danish hearing aid company Demant has noted a strong market upswing in the first half of 2021, having rebounded from the very low levels of the same period last year when the coronavirus pandemic stalled the market and postponed patients' visits to audiology clinics.

In the second quarter of this year, the company saw the release of pent-up demand from the US market – a ketchup effect, so to speak – being that many hearing-impaired customers delayed their adoption of hearing aids.

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