The Personal Touch: Ortho Implants Challenger Corin Creates Its Own Value Pathway
Mid-size orthopedic implants group Corin is back in the public eye after its recent purchase by a Permira-funded group. Now ready to embark on the next chapter of its development globally, it has a clear growth plan and a firm strategic line on both what it will and will not do as a business.
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