• Tech Crunch

    "Embrace Hearing could very easily make a play at being the Apple (or Warby Parker) of hearing aids, taking tired designs and clunky models and giving them a smart, design-centric, and user-friendly alternative."

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  • New York Times

    "An online store called Embrace Hearing (where prices run from $399 to $899), said that private retailers had to raise prices to cover fixed costs."

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  • The Huffington Post

    "Embrace Hearing, an online hearing aid retailer that aims to improve the lives of the millions Americans with untreated hearing loss."

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  • Technically Philly

    "Embrace Hearing keeps its prices low by separating the sale of the hearing aids from the services, making the medical devices far more affordable."

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  • Philadelphia Business Journal

    "Embrace Hearing sells hearing aid products ... through its website at a substantial discount to the customer (starting at $399), circumventing the markups by audiologists that raise costs into the thousands."

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  • Bloomberg Businessweek

    "A number of startups think they can get even more extreme with the cost cutting. Embrace Hearing, for example, has a Web-based service that mails you a hearing aid that costs about $600. You simply upload your prescription and an audiologist reviews it and discusses options with you."

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  • NPR

    "Some businesses see the hearing aid market as an opportunity... Ross Porter, the founder of online retailer Embrace Hearing, says hearing aids are only expensive because audiologists and distributors charge steep markups on them."

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  • Wharton VIP

    VIP is an educational incubator program managed by Wharton Entrepreneurial Programs which assists University of Pennsylvania students as they build businesses.