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April 13, 2023

Tobii Dynavox publishes Annual Report 2022

Tobii Dynavox today published the Annual Report for 2022 on the Tobii Dynavox Investor Relations website. The document also includes Tobii Dynavox's sustainability report and corporate governance report. 

During 2022, revenues grew by 40% to SEK 1,216 million (872). The organic growth was 16%. Operating profit amounted to SEK 82 million (60), corresponding to an operating margin of 6.8% (6.9). 

- The strong sales trend continued with record growth for the full year 2022, said Fredrik Ruben, CEO of Tobii Dynavox. We have continued to strengthen the organization with dedicated employees, new products and acquisitions. We move forward with a stable foundation for growth, as we operate in a highly under penetrated market with strong growth potential, which is relatively insensitive to economic cycles. 

Tobii Dynavox's aim is to improve the lives of the millions of people living with disabilities, such as ALS, cerebral palsy and autism, through the use of the company's communication aids. In total, Tobii Dynavox has empowered over 230,000 people around the world with a voice to communicate with, contributing to improved quality of life and a more sustainable society. 

The annual report is available in Swedish and English on the Tobii Dynavox website under financial reports. The financial year refers to the period 1 January – 31 December 2022.  

This information is information that Tobii Dynavox AB is obliged to make public pursuant to the Securities Markets Act. The information was submitted for publication on April 13, 2023, at 2:00 p.m. CEST. 


Dynavox Group AB (publ) is the parent company for Tobii Dynavox, the global leader in assistive communication. Headquartered in Stockholm, and listed on Nasdaq Stockholm (DYVOX), Dynavox Group, together with its brands has over 700 employees and serves customers in 65+ countries. Tobii Dynavox’s custom designed solutions enable people with disabilities such as cerebral palsy, ALS, autism and spinal cord injury to communicate with a voice of their own, develop literacy skills and live more independently. To date, hundreds of thousands of people worldwide have benefited from our integrated solutions, which include hardware, software, clinically developed language systems, mounting solutions, training, and dedicated support. We offer extensive funding expertise to facilitate funding for as many people as possible. As voice and motor impairments are common among our users, our solutions are accessed via alternative methods, such as eye gaze or touch screen. Using AI-based speech synthesis, we offer users a personalized voice identity in over 30 languages, for children and adults.