Founded in 1985, this Cirencester company manufactures cutting-edge orthopaedic implants and develops technologies to help provide more customised treatment for patients. A focus on pre-surgical diagnostics helped profits rise to £7.4m in 2017. In 2018, chief executive Stefano Alfonsi, 54, oversaw the sale of the business to private equity firm Permira for an undisclosed sum. It then acquired Global Orthopaedic Technology, Australia’s largest manufacturer of hip and knee implants, also for an undisclosed sum.
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