ACLM

(redirected from Association of Contact Lens Manufacturers)
AcronymDefinition
ACLMAmerican College of Legal Medicine
ACLMAssociation of Contact Lens Manufacturers (UK)
ACLMAustralian College of Legal Medicine (Northbridge, NSW, Australia)
ACLMAmerican College of Lifestyle Medicine
ACLMAsian Council of Logistics Management
ACLMAlgo Credit Limit Manager
ACLMAUTODIN Communications Line Module
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The contact lens market in the UK was worth in excess of 226m [pounds sterling] in 2014, according to statistics released by the Association of Contact Lens Manufacturers last year.
But the advice from the Association of Contact Lens Manufacturers is: "be sure to use a solution that your practitioner recommends."
Some years ago the Association of Contact Lens Manufacturers carried out research which showed that if a patient buys their spectacles, contact lenses and solutions from one practice, they are not only more profitable for the business but they also become a more frequent visitor to that practice, building more loyalty to the practice's brand.
The Association of Contact Lens Manufacturers (ACLM) figures show that there were 3.7m contact lens wearers in the UK in 2013, which represents just 9% of adults across the 15 to 64 years age group.
Commissioned by the Association of Contact Lens Manufacturers (ACLM) and Optician, and carried out by market research company TNS Global, the study found that, while 10% of contact lens wearers now buy their lenses online, 17% have done so in the past, and 26% have considered, or researched, it.
The Association of Contact Lens Manufacturers (ACLM), working alongside 12 contributing members, has been reviewing studiously the facts and figures for 2012 (see page 7).
The figure is one of a set of contact lens-related facts that have been released by the Association of Contact Lens Manufacturers (ACLM) in its annual market report on the sector.
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