Hearing Aids Market
By Hearing Loss (Devices [Receiver In The Ear Hearing Aid, Behind The Ear Hearing Aid, Canal Hearing Aid, Others], And Implants [Coachlear Implants, Bone-Anchored Systems]),
By Type (Conductive Hearing Loss, Sensorineural Hearing Loss),
By Patient (Adults, Pediatrics),
By Sales Channel (Retail And Pharmacies, Government Purchase, E-Commerce)
By Region (North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Middle East & Africa):
Global Analysis And Forecast 2023-2033
The global hearing aids market to worth more than USD 11.3 billion by 2033.
The key growth factors for the global hearing aids market are the increasing prevalence of hearing loss due to an aging population, higher use of these devices driven by technological advancements, and improved healthcare infrastructure globally. Moreover, with so many individuals suffering from hearing loss, there will be a significant need for hearing aid devices all around the world. The statistics released by the world health organization (WHO) in 2022 demonstrate that over 430 million individuals worldwide, consisting of 432 million adults and 34 million children, require treatment for their disabling hearing loss. This represents a significant portion of the global population, exceeding 5%. By 2050, about 700 million people will have consequential hearing loss or one out of every ten. Almost 80% of people with severe hearing loss live in low- and middle-income countries. Hearing issues become more common as people age; over 25% of those over 60 have significant hearing loss.
Numerous companies invest in R&D to improve the technological breakthroughs of their systems, providing them a competitive advantage over their competitors. Enterprises are developing several solutions for people with hearing problems. Furthermore, product launches, inventions, acquisitions and mergers, collaboration and partnerships, and intensive R&D are some growth strategies employed by the industry's major competitors. For instance, In May 2021, Bose's new SoundControlTM Hearing Aids was the first FDA-approved, direct-to-consumer hearing aids for adults with mild to moderate hearing impairment. The innovative Bose Hear app allows users to fit, adjust, and operate a SoundControl Hearing Aid for clinically proven, audiologist-quality results – without needing a doctor's visit, hearing test, or prescription.
According to the CXOs and primary research conducted, the rising availability of hearing aids devices around the world and actions launched by governments and organizations to raise awareness will contribute to growth in the future years. According to NHS estimates, around 11 million people in the United Kingdom had hearing loss in 2017. Charitable Apps, based in London, created the world's first worldwide hearing aid, which changed the industry forever. It uses neuroscience-led AI software to enable persons with hearing loss to hear one-on-one conversations using a standard smartphone and headphones. These improvements are expected to raise demand for hearing aids in the country, resulting in future market growth.
The hearing aid market is analyzed across North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and Middle East & Africa. In line with the analyzed region, the North American region will witness the highest market share, followed by Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and Middle East & Africa. The considerable expansion in Asia-Pacific is driven by a big population base with hearing loss, expanding infrastructure, investment in the healthcare sector, and penetration in the region by several prominent global healthcare providers. The major companies operating within the market are Audina Hearing Instruments Inc., Benson Hearing, Cochlear Ltd., Demant S/A, Earlens CorporationFoshan Vohom Technology Co., Ltd., Horentek, Nano Hearing Aids, Starkey, Sonova Group.