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|Traded as||Nasdaq Stockholm: DORO|
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Doro is a listed Swedish company focusing on the development, marketing and sales of telecommunication and consumer electronics products and as well as more recently software  adapted to old people. The company's headquarters is based in Lund, Sweden. Doro has over 38 years' experience within the telecoms sector. Doro products are now widely available in more than 30 countries across five continents. Doro had revenues of SEK SEK 837.5 million in 2012. The company is quoted on the OMX Stockholm, Nordic list, Small companies. The company's CEO is Jérôme Arnaud.
Up until 2008-2009, the company primarily sold desktop- and home-telephones for business and consumers. However, since then the company has completely changed its focus, ceasing to sell the home phones and instead solely focusing on the design, development, marketing and sales of their telecommunications products that are customized to fit the needs of senior citizens. The financial performance of Doro has improved substantially after the re-focus on elderly customers. After marketing its products all over the world, Doro phones and products can now be found in North America, Europe, South America, Asia and Oceania. In 2013 the company launched its smartphone, the Liberto 810.
While the company is headquartered in Lund, Sweden, it has a substantial presence in France and satellite offices all over the world. Additionally, sales teams can be found in various locations across the world. The company acquired 2 French companies in 2011, which were focusing on Android software as well as telecare solutions.
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