Eargo's sales plummet in troubled quarter

Compared to last year, the US-based hearing firm’s sales have dropped by almost a third during a second quarter that the chief executive describes as ”transitionary.”

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Hearing firm Eargo, whose business model is selling cheap hearing aids online, thereby avoiding the clinics and hearing centers that are the traditional sales channels for hearing aids, has just exited an eventful three months.

In June, at the eleventh hour, the company avoided a forced delisting from Nasdaq Stock Market in New York due to the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) having not received several consecutive financial reports.

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