Doro is one of the world's leading brands of mobile phones and other telecom products that are easy to use. The company develops and commercialises products that are especially adapted for the growing number of seniors in the world. Its business is divided into the segments Consumer (products) and Care (services). Doro is established in over 40 countries on five continents, with the Nordics, Great Britain and North America being its primary markets.
If Doro’s new goals, announced in late 2017, were to be met, the company would have significantly higher margins going forward. In addition, the “silver economy” (aging population) is still an opportunity for players such as Doro to seize. There is an increasing demand for products suited for seniors, which needs to be supplied.
Doro has a strong position within its niche, but there is a risk that bigger players could exploit this market, which eventually could hurt Doro’s market share. Another risk is associated with the increasing technological knowledge of seniors. This has resulted in advanced phones becoming more common.