Why do I wear Eargo? Easy – They fit right into my lifestyle.
Why do I wear Eargo? Easy – They fit right into my lifestyle. Introduction – by Steve Eagon Recently, I was most fortunate to be speaking with Charley, a recent Eargo customer, and what struck me most from our conversation was that he’s incredibly passionate about life – period. When he talks about things that matter
I like to think of myself as a stereotypical laid back Southerner, but I feel the need to blow off some steam which is not usually in my nature. Why, you ask? Being an experienced hearing professional, I’ve had several recent conversations with people who aren’t hearing as well as they’d like, but have chosen
For many of us, music is a part of living. Although I have been an avid rock disciple over the decades, I have to admit I never picked up or played an instrument. Regardless, music has been and will always be integral to my day. Working at Eargo, we are fortunate to come in contact
After admitting I needed help with my hearing, Eargo finally gave me hope!
After admitting I needed help with my hearing, Eargo finally gave me hope! Introduction – by Steve Eagon After 25+ years as an audiologist, I never get tired hearing stories about people living a better life while using hearing devices. But after talking with Eargo client Jerry Baggett, and hearing him describe how Eargo devices provided
Eargo has been called the hearing aid of the future (thank you TechCrunch, 2015). And while it sure would be nice to have a time machine to see everything our R&D team comes up with (who has the bandwidth to build a time machine!?) we thought it might instead be fun to take a look back at
It wasn’t too long ago that we kicked off our mission in earnest to provide a new solution to help empower those with hearing loss. We’re here to make hearing easy; there’s never been more of a need. After all, about 1 out of 6 Americans suffer from some form of hearing loss, and only
Just like our customers, most of us who work at Eargo are unique in almost every way imaginable. Some of us are night owls, some of us early risers. Some of us listen to the Beatles, others went to their concerts. But what unites us all is our passion and belief that clear and crisp
Clayton Christensen, the world’s top management author, wrote in the Harvard Business Review about what customers really want. Along with Taddy Hall, Karen Dillon, and David S. Duncan, Christensen explains that product developers often fail to deliver products that customers want because they “focus too much on building customer profiles and looking for correlations in