Hidden Hearing to inject €18m in branch expansion drive

Turnover at Hidden Hearing, the country’s largest provider of hearing healthcare, rose by 15 per cent last year.

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor @susmitchellsbp
9th October, 2010

Turnover at Hidden Hearing, the country’s largest provider of hearing healthcare, rose by 15 per cent last year. Its chief executive, Stephen Leddy, is now planning to invest some €18million over the next five years in order to double the company’s branch network.

The company’s investment plans follow strong sales growth over the past number of years, with 2009 seeing a record number of hearing device fittings, and turnover at the...

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