GN Hearing wants an EBITA margin of over 20 percent in 2024

At the hearing aid manufacturer’s Meet the Management day, CEO Gitte Aabo reports that the goal is reach the company’s previous earnings margin.

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Hearing aid manufacturer GN Hearing is not satisfied with its current earnings margin, which has taken some blows from the Covid-19 pandemic, said CEO at GN Hearing Gitte Aabo at the company’s Meet the Management day on Wednesday.

In 2021, GN Hearing’s operating margin (EBITA) ended on 12.1 percent, but the company has a medium to long-term aim to bring it back at the former level of over 20 percent.

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