Meet the organisations that are sponsoring the British Tinnitus Association during Tinnitus Week 2020.


Widex is a family owned company founded in Denmark in 1956. Today, it is a worldwide manufacturer of hearing aids. They aim to develop high quality digital technology taking an innovative approach to manufacturing. This has led to such advances as the world’s first digital in-the-ear hearing aid, as well as revolutionary wireless technology.

In 2012, Widex launched a Tinnitus Management Program, Widex Zen Therapy, which aims to offer a comprehensive and professional way of managing tinnitus.

Widex's mission is 'to provide the absolute best hearing aids and customer services, while offering the most advanced, natural sound on the market.'

Read Widex's blog


Neuromod is an emerging medical technology company, specialising in the design and development of multimodal non-invasive neuromodulation technologies for chronic neurological conditions.

They are committed to delivering treatments that significantly reduce the suffering of underserved patient populations who live with chronic and debilitating conditions globally. Their goal is to design products that empower patients to take control of their own treatment, delivering targeted therapies that integrate seamlessly into a modern lifestyle.

Neuromod has developed and patented a bi-modal neuromodulation technology that it is evaluating for neurological disorders including chronic tinnitus.

Read Neuromod's blog


More and more, people are isolating themselves from one another. Not just in their homes, but out on the streets, on public transport and in cafes and bars. Noise-cancelling headphones block out unwanted noise, but also the day-to-day interactions we’d otherwise enjoy.

AfterShokz believes in a different vision of the future. A vision that brings people together, rather than keeping them apart. They’ve been working tirelessly to realize this vision – and it’s why they created their Open Ear Bone Conduction Headphones.

Although originally designed for sport, AfterShokz have also been found to help people manage their tinnitus. Ensuring the ears remain completely open, they provide a distraction that doesn't interrupt your daily routine. Listening to music, podcasts or news can become a pleasure, and help in busy environments where tinnitus can be at its worst.

Starkey Hearing Technologies

Starkey Hearing Technologies is a world leader in the manufacture of hearing solutions.

Starkey Hearing Technologies is much more than the hearing aids we produce. They are in the business of connecting people and changing lives. They believe being able to hear the world and the people around us is as essential to the human experience as breathing.

With more than 6,000 employees, operating 26 facilities and doing business in more than 100 markets worldwide, Starkey is a global provider of cutting-edge hearing solution. Their goal is to bring people together and make lives richer by empowering individuals to reach their full potential in life. 

Read Starkey Hearing Technologies' blog

The Invisible Hearing Clinic

Established in 2000, The Invisible Hearing Clinic aim to provide a friendly patient-centered approach to auditory care from their clinics in Cumbernauld and Glasgow City Centre. 

They base their treatments on a Nuerophysiological model of tinnitus care, and attend both national and international research seminars to ensure their awareness of new developments that might influence their treatment practices and protocols. In the absence of a cure, they believe that early intervention and ongoing support offer great relief to those affected by bothersome tinnitus and/or hyperacusis. Their aim is to achieve levels of habituation and in turn reduction in the perception of noise for their patients. 

Their annual Tinnitus Hearing and Information Show takes place on Saturday 8 February 2020 in Glasgow - with guest speaker, BTA Chief Executive, David Stockdale - and will raise awareness of advances in tinnitus and developments in hearing technology. 

Read The Invisible Hearing Clinic's blog