Hidden Hearing unveil plans to create 150 new jobs over next five years

Wednesday, January 20
Ciarán Mather


Hearing aid company Hidden Hearing is expected to create 150 new jobs over the next five years as part of its expansion plans.

The news follows after the company, which specialise in advanced hearing aids, hearing assessments and ear wax removal, made a turnover of €30 million euro, up from two per cent in 2019.

The proposed expansion, which will cost an estimated €10 million, will reportedly be used for marketing and rebranding purposes.

Stephen Leddy, Managing Director of Hidden Hearing, explained: 'Twenty new staff joined the team at various levels in 2020, and recruitment is ongoing for new qualified hearing aid dispensers, clinic coordinators, office staff and marketing personnel.'

'They will be involved in rebranding the operation and in major expansion of our clinic network in 2021 so that we can continue to make life changing differences to even more people.'

It was also revealed that the company will further cement its partnership with Audika, the global hearing healthcare retail brand also owned by the brand’s parent company.

In addition, the company will unveil a new logo alongside its new brand identity.

In 2019, Hidden Hearing opened up five new additional clinics in Rialto in Dublin, Castlebar in Mayo and Clonakilty, Mallow and Blackrock in Cork.

Hidden Hearing was founded in 1987 and currently employs around 300 people.