About Our Company
Prairie Labs is a premier
manufacturer of innovative hearing aids and related devices designed
to improve the quality of life of hearing-impaired people nationwide.
Prairie Labs’ also offers the nation’s second-largest
all-make hearing aid repair service. Headquartered in the Minneapolis
suburb of Hopkins, Minnesota since 1988, Prairie Labs serves patients
through a vast network of independent hearing aid dealers and audiology
professionals located throughout the United States and Canada.
The mission of Prairie
Labs is to leverage our extensive experience in the audiological
sciences with a strong entrepreneurial spirit to deliver quality
products and services at affordable prices, thereby enabling hearing-impaired
people to enjoy improved quality of life.
President and CEO of
Prairie Labs, Inc., Mark Haghi, founded Prairie Labs in March, 1988
after serving more than a decade in the hearing aid industry, during
which time he gained valuable management experience with one of
the world’s leading hearing aid manufacturers. Haghi built
the foundation of the fledgling Prairie Labs business by focusing
on the company’s unique all-make repair capabilities, which
quickly earned Prairie Labs a reputation as one of the best repair
facilities in North America.
As Prairie Labs grew
on the strength of its repair capabilities, Haghi began to build
the company’s manufacturing competence, while focusing the
business’ marketing efforts to address the specific needs
of North American hearing aid dealers and audiology professionals.
Prairie Labs has since introduced an ever-growing range of custom
hearing aids for every conceivable hearing application.
Today, the company continues
to explore new technologies that offer unique opportunities to enhance
the quality of life for the hearing impaired. As a result, Prairie
Labs has made dramatic strides in capturing an ever-growing share
of the highly competitive hearing aid market.
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