Advanced Bionics Denmark increases bottom line almost tenfold

New products and cost reductions boosted the Sonova-owned provider of cochlear implant systems in its recently concluded financial year.

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Hearing group Advanced Bionics’s Danish division has increased its sales, particularly of new products, increasing its bottom line almost tenfold in financial 2021/2022 compared to the preceding year, according to its recently released annual report.

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