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Sonova to sell Australian-developed hearing aids

Australian hearing aid firm Nuheara has secured a global supply agreement with the Swiss giant, Sonova, which will sell the Australian hearing aids in the future.

The Australian hearing aid firm Nuheara's products will soon be sold alongside the depicted Phonak Marvel hearing aids, which are marketed by Sonova | Photo: Sonova / PR

Going forward, the smaller Australian firm Nuheara will gain access to a huge sales platform through Swiss hearing aid giant Sonova, Nuheara reports in a press release.

The two firms have entered a supply agreement pertaining to Nuheara's hearing products, including its wireless earbuds, Iqbuds, through Sonova's online sales platform and its clinics throughout the world. Nuheara gains 3,200 points of sales throughout the world under the terms of the deal.

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