William F. Austin, CEO of Starkey Hearing Technologies, is featured in the October issue of Delta Sky. He discusses the past, present and future of the hearing industry as well as the work that the Starkey Hearing Foundation is doing to provide the gift of hearing to people in need. Read the full story here.
NY Daily News shares best celebrity social media pics. Katy Perry’s Instagram picture with Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton of course made the list! The iconic picture was taken at this year’s Starkey Hearing Foundation’s So The World May Hear Awards Gala. See the picture here.
The stars came out last month in support of Starkey Hearing Foundation’s So The World May Hear Awards Gala. Among the guests were Dascha Polanco, Greg Jennings, Gene Simmons, Frankie Valli, Karl Anthony Towns, former Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, plus many more! But of course, it was performer Katy Perry’s Instagram post with former Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush that stole the show. Read the full article here.
The pop princess rocked the stage at the Starkey Hearing Foundation’s So the World May Hear Awards Gala. Before her performance, she took a moment to pose with former Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton. The picture gained popularity when Perry posted it on her personal Instagram with the caption “42, 43, 46?!”
Also in attendance at the gala were Gene Simmons, Dascha Polanco, Greg Jennings, Evander Holyfield, Cheech Marin, Karl Anthony Towns, and many more! Read the full article here.
William F. Austin has built Starkey Hearing Technologies “into one of the foremost providers of hearing-aid technology.” As a leader in corporate giving, Austin provides over 100,000 hearing aids to people in need every year. To recognize his efforts, he will be inducted into the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal Titans of Technology Hall of Fame. Read the full article here.
TIME’s latest American Innovators story highlights Halo, Starkey Hearing Technologies’ Made for iPhone hearing aid. “Improving lives in unexpected ways,” Starkey “offers an iPhone app that allows users to fine-tune audio settings—such as volume, bass and treble—of its hearing aids. Users can also pipe music and phone calls directly into the hearing aids, and even use an iPhone’s microphone to speak into the wearer’s ear from a distance.”
Halo, Starkey‘s made for iPhone hearing aid is featured in The Atlantic! Find out how the company is trying to remove the social stigma that’s associated with hearing loss.
“There’s a market in medical tech not just for tech itself, but for tech that also makes a cultural statement. Halo acknowledges this, implicitly. It tries to take something normally associated with frailty and reclaim it—with the help of devices that, on top of everything else, transcend age and generation.”