GN Store Nord

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GN Store Nord
Type Publicly traded Aktieselskab
Traded as OMXGN
Industry Electronics
Founded 1869
Headquarters Ballerup, Denmark
Key people Niels Svenningsen, CEO (GN Netcom)
Lars Viksmoen, CEO (GN ReSound)
Per Wold-Olsen, Chairman
Products Headsets, hearing instruments
Revenue ((Profit))DKK 6,791million (2013)
Total assets DKK 8,963 ((Million)) (2013)
Employees 4,700 [1]
Website gn.com

GN Store Nord A/S is a Danish manufacturer of headset company (Jabra (GN Netcom)), and a hearing instruments and audiological diagnostics equipment company (GN ReSound).

History[edit]

Great Northern Telegraph Company building, Kongens Nytorv, Copenhagen, built 1893

It was founded as The Great Northern Telegraph Company (Det Store Nordiske Telegrafselskab A/S) in Denmark in June 1869. It was set up as a merger of three recently established telegraph companies initiated by Carl Frederik Tietgen. The aim of the firm was to create a worldwide telegraph company.

Business[edit]

Today, GN Store Nord is a manufacturer of Jabra brand headsets through its GN Netcom division and of hearing instruments and audiological diagnostics equipment under the GN ReSound brand.

Stock listing[edit]

GN is listed on NASDAQ OMX Copenhagen (ISIN code DK001027263-2).

Headquarters[edit]

The former headquarters of the GNTC on The Bund, Shanghai.

This company's headquarters is located at Lautrupbjerg 7 in Ballerup near Copenhagen. Its former headquarters in Kongens Nytorv, Copenhagen was built in 1893 and still stands.

Coordinates: 55°44′19″N 12°23′12″E / 55.73861°N 12.38667°E / 55.73861; 12.38667

Directors[edit]

(Incomplete)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "About GM". GN Store Nord. Retrieved 2013-04-12. 

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