Surgical Innovations finds success with “innovate or die” strategy
This article was originally published in Clinica
In the 17 years that followed since its founding in 1992, UK laparoscopic instrumentation company Surgical Innovations has had a convoluted history. Joseph Harvey met with Graham Bowland, the firm’s managing director, to find out the company’s past, present and seemingly bright future
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