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International speaker added to Sydney ICCLC lineup

Renowned US-based clinician and professor of optometry Dr Randy Kojima has been announced as one of the keynote speakers at this year’s International Cornea and Contact Lens Congress (ICCLC). Read more »

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Complex optical market demands adaptation, industry expert

The increasing complexity of the optical market could create many challenges to independent practices when a number of macro retail and global trends gain momentum, which means optometrists will need to embrace change and adapt to trends if they want to remain competitive. Read more »
(L - R) Hubert Sagnières, Essilor CEO and chairman and Vincent Del Vecchio, Luxottica chairman

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Essilor-Luxottica deal gets thumbs up from analysts

Following the January 16 announcement that Essilor and Luxottica would merge under a €45 billion (AU$64 b) deal, market analysts have focussed on the likely outcomes and the ramifications for the international optical industry. Read more »

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European-styled frames supplied ‘risk free’

A new company is about to enter the Australian optical market with a ‘risk free’ business model. Read more »

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Lenses drive Hoya's 3Q profit

Japan's Hoya Corporation reported that during the third quarter ended 31 December 2014, revenues increased 16% to 128,206 million yen, and profit before tax increased 22.9% to 36,240 million yen compared with the same quarter last year. Profit for the quarter was up 30.8% to 29,142 million yen, according to Hoya. Read more »

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Alcon launches AIR OPTIX plus HydraGlyde contact lenses

The introduction of a new type of contact lens to the Australian market should provide users with a more comfortable and longer-lasting lens wearing experience.  Read more »

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Luxottica reveals plans for new service model

Luxottica Group has announced plans to launch a new service model next year that will include the opening of new laboratories. Read more »
(L-R) Eyelines' Will Downie and Derek Fails with George & Matilda's Chris Beer

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Two new acquisitions for George & Matilda

Corporate-optometry group George & Matilda Eyecare has continued its expansion with the acquisition of two independent companies. Read more »

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New optical group secures major exclusive lens partner

George & Matilda, one of Australia's newest corporate-optometry groups, has partnered with a major global lens manufacturer. Read more »
AMO is known for its intraocular lenses. Image courtesy: Frank C. Müller

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J&J enters cataract market through acquisition

Johnson & Johnson (J&J) has agreed to buy ophthalmic equipment supplier Abbott Medical Optics (AMO), marking its entry into the cataract surgery market. Read more »
An image from Specsavers' latest marketing campaign

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Specsavers wins OK to trademark 'should've' - so far

Specsavers is one step closer to trademarking the use of the terms 'should've' and 'shouldve' in the UK. Read more »
Luxottica's first half results indicated that brands were performing well in Australia

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Mixed financial results for optical giants

International optical company Luxottica Group and lens manufacturers Essilor International and Hoya Corporation recently released financial results, showing mixed performances. Read more »


 

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