Boat, bach … baby? Covid boom for fertility businesses

Victoria Young
Wed, 17 Feb 2021

Fertility Associates chief executive Alex Price says more couples are undergoing more rounds of fertility treatment.
Victoria Young
Wed, 17 Feb 2021
It’s well-documented that boat and bach sales are on the rise in these strange economic times, but there’s another possible covid trend – a boom in the business of making babies.Fertility Associates, a $60 million revenue company with 23 clinics, including one in Malaysia, said there’s already been a 10-15 percent bump in fertility treatments this year.Treatments range between $12,000 and $14,000 per cycle, according to the company’s chief executive Alex Price. Price said the fourth quarter of last calendar year wa...

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