Posts By: Georgia Lester
NAIDOC Week 2021
A celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, their culture, history and achievement, NAIDOC Week is held annually in July. This year, from Sunday 4th July to Sunday 11th July. It is an opportunity to check in with and support your local community, participate in a range of activities and connect with Australians from […]
Audeara x ShareCafe Webinar
Dr James Fielding, CEO and founder was fortunate to present at the ShareCafe Hidden Gems Webinar earlier this month. Check out his presentation below!
Audeara x UQ Ventures
“Med-tech company and University of Queensland (UQ) Ventures ilab Accelerator startup Audeara was listed on the Australian Stock Exchange (AUA:ASX) earlier this month, yet another success story to come out of the ilab Accelerator program. UQ alumni and Audeara CEO Dr James Fielding said the team developed their first prototype through Ventures ilab accelerator program in 2015, through which they […]
Sunday Feature! Fear and Greed Podcast
CEO James was fortunate to speak with host Adam Lang for an episode of his Fear and Greed podcast this week. James shares our startup and IPO story, and where we intend to take our incredible healthy-headphone technology. Listen to this weeks Sunday feature here! or on your preferred podcast platform!
AUA on the ASX!
Audeara are now a publicly listed company, available for trade on the ASX! Company code: AUA Congratulations to founders CEO James Fielding and CTO Alex Afflick for all of their hard work. A huge thank you to our brokers Morgans Financial Limited, lawyers Colin Biggers & Paisley, past and present team members, families and friends. Most of […]
Audeara in the AFR!
Check out our CEO Dr James Fielding and CTO Alex Afflick in the Australian Financial Review this week! Article by John Davidson. Published in the Australian Financial Review Monday May 10th 2021. The biggest risk faced by investors in Audeara’s ASX listing this month is that a consumer electronics “monster” like Apple might one day […]
Winter is coming… Why our ears ache in the cold
With a recent drop in temperature and cold weather setting in (by Queensland standards at least!), the hot topic of conversation in the office this week (inspired by 2 days of sub-20 degree temperatures) is why our ears ache when it is cold. So to start, what is an ear ache? Otalgia, ear pain or […]
Using the Audeara BT01 Transciever
Hearing loss can have a big effect on how we distinguish speech sounds and are able to follow a conversation. As a result, people with hearing loss often struggle in social situations and might keep turning the TV volume up but never gain the clarity they need to understand what is being said. Rapid speech, […]
Fast Facts: Why Audeara
Have you had a TV listener or Assisted Listening Device (ALD) recommended by your Audiologist? Some fast facts on why you should go Audeara: We are registered with Department of Veteran’s Affairs (DVA), Hearing Services Program (HSP) and National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) meaning that the cost of your device may be completely or partially […]
This month, Audeara are going blue for Autism. Kicking off with World Autism Day last week, April is Autism awareness month and Autism Queensland’s annual #goblueforautism campaign. Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a complex developmental condition that can cause differences in communication, interaction and experiences across many domains. Autism is most commonly diagnosed in children […]