Demant and Sonova take Veterans Affairs market shares in January

In the first month of the year, Demant increased its hold in the US public sales channel, Veterans Affairs, while GN Hearing’s market share was reduced.

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In January, Danish Demant increased its market share in the public sales in the US, Veterans Affairs (VA). GN Hearing, on the other hand, saw its foothold reduced.

Demant increased its market share, measured by the amount out of total sales, to 14.8 percent in January up from 14.2 percent in December 2021. At the same time, GN Hearing’s share went back slightly to 8.5 percent from 8.6 percent.

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