GN, Sonova advance with Veterans Affairs in July – Demant, WSA retreat

All five of the biggest suppliers of hearing aids to veterans in the US sold fewer units in July than in June.

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With July over, the US public sales channels for hearing aids, Veterans Affairs (VA), has taken stock of how well the world’s five biggest hearing aid manufacturers have performed with American veterans during the last month.

Measured on the amount of total sales, GN Hearing’s share went up to 8.65% from June’s 8.18%, while Demant’s share dropped to 14.18% from 14.83%.

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