WS Audiology's revenue grows by 10 percent in Q1

In the first quarter of financial year 2021/2022, WSA has reached the highest organic growth of 10 percent since Widex and Sivantos merged to forge the company.

WS Audiology's headquarters in Copenhagen | Photo: WS Audiology / PR

On Thursday morning, hearing group WS Audiology has publicized its financial figures for the first quarter of the skewed accounting period 2021/2022.

WSA books a revenue of EUR 582m, corresponding to a 10-percent organic revenue growth in Q1 compared to Q1 2020/2021.

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