GN Hearing expands flagship portfolio with new product

Hearing aid manufacturer GN Hearing is launching a new device in the Resound One family, and according to CEO Gitte Aabo, it is the first sign of the company getting back on track after last October’s R&D letdowns, which led to a new head of the division and a significant downgrade.

Gitte Aabo, CEO of GN Hearing | Photo: GN Store Nord / PR

Work behind the scenes at Demant has been in full swing since last October, which brought a significant financial downgrade that also left the hearing aid manufacturer’s head of research and development without a job.

Today, the result is a new launch of a hearing aid in the Resound One family, which is GN Hearing’s flagship portfolio: a behind-the-ear (BTE) device with hands-free Facetime and calling functions. Up to now, the portfolio was comprised of receiver-in-ear (RIE) hearing aids.

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