Hearing aid manufacturers
Oticon is a hearing aid manufacturer with a global presence that prides itself on focusing on its customers. With world headquarters in Denmark, Oticon operates in the United States out of its central office in Somerset, New Jersey. Oticon is owned by the parent company, William Demant Holdings.
For more than 125 years, Siemens Hearing Instruments has melded innovative design and unparalleled quality of manufacturing hearing aids
Starkey Hearing Technologies is headquartered in Eden Prairie, Minn., and has a global presence in more than 18 countries. They understand hearing is an important part of connecting with the world.
Phonak is a hearing aid manufacturer that strives for one thing: to help individuals with hearing loss reconnect with their loved ones and their passions through the use of hearing devices. Owned by Sonova and based in Switzerland, Phonak’s United States presence is headquartered in Warrenville, Illinois.
ReSound digital hearing aids are feature-deep, appealing to the on-coming market of Baby Boomers looking for quality
Beltone has a long-established history of client-centered care at the local level by delivering advanced digital Beltone hearing aids.
Unitron is a Canadian hearing aid manufacturer that is very committed to improving the lives of people with hearing loss and allowing them to enjoy all of the sounds of life
Sonic Innovations, one of the fastest growing hearing aid manufacturers worldwide, prides itself on its spectrum of hearing aid products
Since its inception in 1956, Widex has been family-owned and run. Today, it is a world leader in digital hearing aids, with 10 percent of the market share
Rayovac, manufacturer of hearing aid batteries, is committed to the hearing health community and provides a wide range of product offerings
Energizer is one of the most-recognized brands globally in hearing aid battery development and marketing realms, and for good reason
Advanced Bionics is a leader in the hearing technology industry, specifically in sophisticated cochlear implant technology.
Cochlear Americas was the first company to develop and bring to market a high-functioning cochlear implant more than 25 years ago