Amplifon lands all-time high revenue, projects positive 2022

In 2021, hearing aid retailer Amplifon has made significant advancements on all its markets, and according to the company’s recently publicized annual report, sales in the first two months of 2022 indicate a strong year ahead.

The Covid-19 pandemic seems to have loosened its tight grip on the hearing aid industry, which was sent to its knees in 2020 across the globe.

At least according to the world’s biggest hearing aid retailer, Italian Amplifon, which is a customer of Demant, WSA and GN Hearing. The company has enjoyed a considerable tailwind in 2021, the annual report for 2021 reveals on Friday.

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