WS Audiology reports massive growth in Europe compared to pre-pandemic levels

The French and German markets have contributed significantly to growth at hearing aid company WS Audiology during Q3 of the firm's accounting year.

Søren Westh Lonning, CFO, WS Audiology | Photo: PR / Chr. Hansen

Once again, WS Audiology had more wind in its sails during the third quarter of the company's accounting year, experiencing solid growth in both wholesale and retail sales.

This was also experienced by Demant and GN Hearing, but whilst these two companies generated more mixed results in Europe, WS Audiology's European branch was one of the biggest contributors to total Q3 organic growth of 89 percent compared to the same period in 2019/2020.

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