Specsavers

Specsavers is a partnership of almost 2,000 locally-run businesses throughout the UK, Ireland, Holland, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark, Spain, Australia and New Zealand, all committed to delivering high quality, affordable optical and hearing care in the communities they serve. 

Each store is part-owned and managed by its own joint venture partners who are supported by key specialists in support offices that provide a range of services including marketing, accounting, recruitment, IT and wholesaling, among others.

Almost one in two people who wear glasses in the UK buy them from Specsavers. Of its 22.2m UK customers, 55% are from the NHS and the company is the largest provider of free NHS digital hearing aids.

Specsavers runs a home-visiting service in the UK and Ireland called Specsavers Healthcall for those who cannot get to their local store unaccompanied.

Specsavers supports several UK charities and is in partnership with RNIB on a public awareness campaign to transform the nation’s eye health.

Testimonials

Eleanor Southwood - RNIB, Group Vice Chair

Stopping people losing their sight unnecessarily is a goal we share with Specsavers. We are absolutely committed to working together to improve the eye health of the nation.

When people are told that they may be losing their sight they feel anxious. Just imagine how it would feel to realise, too late, that it might have been prevented with early detection and treatment.

We are therefore really excited to be working in partnership with Specsavers to raise awareness and to continue to provide support for people when it matters most.

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