Demant establishes innovation unit in Kuala Lumpur

The technology and innovation center will employ 200 people and help the hearing aid giant meet the increased demand for diagnostics and IT services.

Christian Daugbjerg will lead the new center. | Photo: Demant / PR

Demant, the world’s second-largest hearing health group, needs new competencies and resources to develop its diagnostic instruments and IT services. The need is so great, that the firm cannot keep up without taking action.

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