You may not have heard of Oticon but this innovative hearing aid manufacturer is going to help you hear – better. As the Baby Boomer bubble moves into hearing aid range, Oticon’s product line of quality hearing aids is designed to meet the needs of this group with the latest in hearing aid technology, sound quality, automated convenience, wireless connectivity in a wireless world and, of course, wearing comfort that’ll get you through the longest days.
The company, well-known and highly regarded by hearing professionals, has always put “people first,” but Oticon’s new approach to hearing loss propels the company to a new level of client-centered service.
"Helping hearing impaired people to hear better is simply not enough," explains Oticon’s president, Peer Lauritsen. "We must expand our commitment to empower them to communicate freely, to interact naturally and to participate actively." Cool. A corporate culture that actually puts people first.
Oticon's corporate values strengthen the company's focus on user benefits (hey, that’s you) that are valuable and relevant to both end-users and hearing care professionals. Oticon’s guiding principles are simple and straightforward:
- The needs of people come first.
- Innovation is how Oticon meets the hearing needs of a new generation of health conscious buyers.
- Empowering consumers to stay engaged, active and informed is the ultimate goal at Oticon.
This is Oticon's strongest and most valued commitment.
Empowering people to play an active part in life is a goal that Oticon shares with hearing care professionals around the world. "By supporting hearing care professionals to become stronger and more successful life-quality providers, we can, together, achieve our goal of empowering people with hearing loss to lead active, vital lives," Peer Lauritsen explains.
Oticon’s “People First” approach will certainly serve the company well. Hearing professionals will also see the benefits of more innovative products and better, more useful information for themselves and their clients.
To learn more about Oticon and their hearing aid products, visit: Oticon Hearing Aids: Putting People First