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National Vision Holdings, Inc. Reports First Quarter 2024 Financial Results

DULUTH, Ga.—National Vision Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: EYE), one of the largest optical retail companies in the U.S., reported its financial results for the first quarter ended Read more.

ARG N . David Rips, President/CEQ of Younger Optics

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The National Average for Gross Revenue at ECP Locations Decreased for the Week of April 29–May 5, Jobson’s Latest Practice Performance Tracker Shows

NEW YORK—The national average for gross revenue at ECP locations decreased last week, April 29–May 5, when compared with the previous week at a rate Read more.

STAAR Surgical Reports Increased Sales for First Quarter of 2024

LAKE FOREST, Calif.—STAAR Surgical Company (NASDAQ: STAA), a developer, manufacturer and marketer of the EVO family of implantable collamer lenses (EVO ICL) for myopia, astigmatism Read more.

Carl Zeiss Meditec Closes First Six Months of Fiscal Year 2023/24 With Slight Decline in Revenue

JENA, Germany—Carl Zeiss Meditec AG (ISIN: DE 0005313704) reported revenue of approximately €947.2 million in the first six months of fiscal year 2023/24 compared with prior Read more.

Nominate a Supportive Business Partner for the 20/20 Magazine and Vision Monday 2024 'Ultimate Partners' Program

NEW YORK—The readers of Vision Monday and 20/20 Magazine are being asked once again to share nominations for their Ultimate Partners. The deadline for submissions Read more.



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Mother’s Day is a time to celebrate the women who play a meaningful role in our lives. Retailers know the significant importance of this day and are ready to help their customers with a wide selection of meaningful gifts for loved ones to show their appreciation.

National Retail Federation president and CEO Matthew Shay, commented on the NRF’s annual consumer survey that showed consumers are expected to spend the second highest amount on Mother’s Day in the history of the survey, following last year’s record $35.7 billion.




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PECAA Offers Interactive Zoom Webinar on Patient Care

Product: PECAA’s “Level Up Your Patient Care Game: The Future Is Bright” interactive zoom webinar.
Top Line: The ABO-NCLE virtual education event will take place on May 19, 2024 from 11:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. (ET) and is open to all optical staff nationwide.
Close Up: The agenda will open with a discussion of the recent impact of telehealth and a peek into the future. Next will be a review of common optical math
Read more.

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Bausch + Lomb Introduces Zenlens Echo Scleral Lenses

Product: Bausch + Lomb’s new Zenlens Echo scleral lenses.
Top Line: The lenses have been launched in the U.S.
Close Up: The non-prosthetic, custom scleral contact lens technology is designed to fit a variety of corneal shapes and sizes, including patients who have advanced ocular conditions such as corneal degeneration and certain postoperative conditions.
Vital Statistics: Zenlens Echo can be used with a variety of technologies already available in clinical practice, including a slit lamp, optical
Read more.

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L’Amy America Launches Ann Taylor Made Green Collection

Quick Take: L’Amy America is adding four new sustainable styles to the Ann Taylor collection, launching the brand’s Made Green segment. 
Specifics: The new segment debuts with four shapes: a bold square, a soft upswept cat eye, a semi-rim oval and an uplifted layered style. Each is crafted from Earth-friendly materials including biodegradable acetate and demo lenses or recyclable stainless steel. 
Selling Point: Maria Terada, L’Amy America associate brand manager said, “The new styles possess
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To submit items for LaunchPad, email [email protected].


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Food Prices Will Continue to Rise, USDA Economic Research Service Report Says

Food prices continue to soar, according to a new report from the United States Department of Agriculture Economic Research Service (USDA ERS). New data shows Read more.




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Safilo Group Reports Positive Start to Year in Europe, Subdued Sports and Eyewear Contemporary Segments in North America

PADUA—The board of directors of Safilo Group S.p.A. reviewed and approved Q1 2024 economic and financial key performance indicators, according to an announcement from the company. Angelo Trocchia, Safilo’s chief executive officer, said, “In a business environment which is still complex and uncertain, it was again a positive start to the year for our European business, supported by the brilliant growth of Carrera, which has made its debut in our main markets with a  brand new women's collection that is gathering excellent feedback, and David Beckham, which continued to register strong progress in the global premium segment." Read More

Review of Myopia Management: What Does Science Say About Screen Time and Juvenile-Onset Myopia?

With the rise of digital technology, children are now exposed to various devices from a young age. In fact, 95 percent of American teenagers own a smartphone, and 85 percent of the U.K. population aged 12 to 15 years uses smartphones daily. Closer viewing distances during any near visual tasks have been associated with myopia. It has been reported that children tend to hold smartphones or tablets at much shorter viewing distances compared to computer use and reading printed books. Prolonged exposure to smartphone or tablet screens with shorter viewing distances during childhood may disrupt the accommodation and vergence demands, which can result in axial elongation. Read More


Eye Health Survey Uncovers Canadians’ Concerns About Recent Symptoms Affecting Their Eyes and Vision

In time for Vision Health Month this May, the Canadian Ophthalmological Society (COS) has released a new survey to assess Canadians’ awareness, understanding and concerns around eye and vision health. Of the four leading eye diseases affecting vision, cataracts and glaucoma are still the most commonly known among Canadians. Read more.

 

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Advertisement MAY 09, 2024 - www.visionmonday.com - NATIONAL VISION HOLDINGS, INC. REPORTS FIRST QUARTER 2024 FINANCIAL RESULTS DULUTH, Ga.—National Vision Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: EYE), one of the largest optical retail companies in the U.S., reported its financial results for the first quarter ended Read more. ARG N . David Rips, President/CEQ of Younger Optics Advertisement THE NATIONAL AVERAGE FOR GROSS REVENUE AT ECP LOCATIONS DECREASED FOR THE WEEK OF APRIL 29–MAY 5, JOBSON’S LATEST PRACTICE PERFORMANCE TRACKER SHOWS NEW YORK—The national average for gross revenue at ECP locations decreased last week, April 29–May 5, when compared with the previous week at a rate Read more. STAAR SURGICAL REPORTS INCREASED SALES FOR FIRST QUARTER OF 2024 LAKE FOREST, Calif.—STAAR Surgical Company (NASDAQ: STAA), a developer, manufacturer and marketer of the EVO family of implantable collamer lenses (EVO ICL) for myopia, astigmatism Read more. CARL ZEISS MEDITEC CLOSES FIRST SIX MONTHS OF FISCAL YEAR 2023/24 WITH SLIGHT DECLINE IN REVENUE JENA, Germany—Carl Zeiss Meditec AG (ISIN: DE 0005313704) reported revenue of approximately €947.2 million in the first six months of fiscal year 2023/24 compared with prior Read more. NOMINATE A SUPPORTIVE BUSINESS PARTNER FOR THE 20/20 MAGAZINE AND VISION MONDAY 2024 'ULTIMATE PARTNERS' PROGRAM NEW YORK—The readers of Vision Monday and 20/20 Magazine are being asked once again to share nominations for their Ultimate Partners. The deadline for submissions Read more. Advertisement - CoronavirusBriefingNews NEW DATA ON COVID VACCINES AND NEW-ONSET SEIZURES - THOUSANDS BELIEVE COVID VACCINES HARMED THEM - THE NATIONAL AVERAGE FOR GROSS REVENUE AT ECP LOCATIONS DECREASED FOR THE WEEK OF APRIL 22–28, JOBSON’S LATEST PRACTICE PERFORMANCE TRACKER SHOWS - MONICA BERTAGNOLLI: U.S. IS 'READY' FOR NEXT PANDEMIC THREAT H Up to 25% more near vision va rlluXO width® than Varilux® XR design SR - - o Advertisement - MOTHER’S DAY IS A TIME TO CELEBRATE THE WOMEN WHO PLAY A MEANINGFUL ROLE IN OUR LIVES. RETAILERS KNOW THE SIGNIFICANT IMPORTANCE OF THIS DAY AND ARE READY TO HELP THEIR CUSTOMERS WITH A WIDE SELECTION OF MEANINGFUL GIFTS FOR LOVED ONES TO SHOW THEIR APPRECIATION. NATIONAL RETAIL FEDERATION PRESIDENT AND CEO MATTHEW SHAY, COMMENTED ON THE NRF’S ANNUAL CONSUMER SURVEY THAT SHOWED CONSUMERS ARE EXPECTED TO SPEND THE SECOND HIGHEST AMOUNT ON MOTHER’S DAY IN THE HISTORY OF THE SURVEY, FOLLOWING LAST YEAR’S RECORD $35.7 BILLION. - Advertisement Now Incorporating VMail ProductWatch and VMail Technology EYE HEALTH PECAA OFFERS INTERACTIVE ZOOM WEBINAR ON PATIENT CARE Product: PECAA’s “Level Up Your Patient Care Game: The Future Is Bright” interactive zoom webinar. Top Line: The ABO-NCLE virtual education event will take place on May 19, 2024 from 11:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. (ET) and is open to all optical staff nationwide. Close Up: The agenda will open with a discussion of the recent impact of telehealth and a peek into the future. Next will be a review of common optical math Read more. EYE HEALTH BAUSCH + LOMB INTRODUCES ZENLENS ECHO SCLERAL LENSES Product: Bausch + Lomb’s new Zenlens Echo scleral lenses. Top Line: The lenses have been launched in the U.S. Close Up: The non-prosthetic, custom scleral contact lens technology is designed to fit a variety of corneal shapes and sizes, including patients who have advanced ocular conditions such as corneal degeneration and certain postoperative conditions. Vital Statistics: Zenlens Echo can be used with a variety of technologies already available in clinical practice, including a slit lamp, optical Read more. FRAME COLLECTION L’AMY AMERICA LAUNCHES ANN TAYLOR MADE GREEN COLLECTION Quick Take: L’Amy America is adding four new sustainable styles to the Ann Taylor collection, launching the brand’s Made Green segment.  Specifics: The new segment debuts with four shapes: a bold square, a soft upswept cat eye, a semi-rim oval and an uplifted layered style. Each is crafted from Earth-friendly materials including biodegradable acetate and demo lenses or recyclable stainless steel.  Selling Point: Maria Terada, L’Amy America associate brand manager said, “The new styles possess Read more. To submit items for LaunchPad, email [email protected]. Advertisement - FOOD PRICES WILL CONTINUE TO RISE, USDA ECONOMIC RESEARCH SERVICE REPORT SAYS Food prices continue to soar, according to a new report from the United States Department of Agriculture Economic Research Service (USDA ERS). New data shows Read more. - Advertisement SAFILO GROUP REPORTS POSITIVE START TO YEAR IN EUROPE, SUBDUED SPORTS AND EYEWEAR CONTEMPORARY SEGMENTS IN NORTH AMERICA PADUA—The board of directors of Safilo Group S.p.A. reviewed and approved Q1 2024 economic and financial key performance indicators, according to an announcement from the company. Angelo Trocchia, Safilo’s chief executive officer, said, “In a business environment which is still complex and uncertain, it was again a positive start to the year for our European business, supported by the brilliant growth of Carrera, which has made its debut in our main markets with a  brand new women's collection that is gathering excellent feedback, and David Beckham, which continued to register strong progress in the global premium segment." Read More REVIEW OF MYOPIA MANAGEMENT: WHAT DOES SCIENCE SAY ABOUT SCREEN TIME AND JUVENILE-ONSET MYOPIA? With the rise of digital technology, children are now exposed to various devices from a young age. In fact, 95 percent of American teenagers own a smartphone, and 85 percent of the U.K. population aged 12 to 15 years uses smartphones daily. Closer viewing distances during any near visual tasks have been associated with myopia. It has been reported that children tend to hold smartphones or tablets at much shorter viewing distances compared to computer use and reading printed books. Prolonged exposure to smartphone or tablet screens with shorter viewing distances during childhood may disrupt the accommodation and vergence demands, which can result in axial elongation. Read More - EYE HEALTH SURVEY UNCOVERS CANADIANS’ CONCERNS ABOUT RECENT SYMPTOMS AFFECTING THEIR EYES AND VISION In time for Vision Health Month this May, the Canadian Ophthalmological Society (COS) has released a new survey to assess Canadians’ awareness, understanding and concerns around eye and vision health. Of the four leading eye diseases affecting vision, cataracts and glaucoma are still the most commonly known among Canadians. Read more.  
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