Haemoband Surgical was founded in 2005 in Belfast, Northern Ireland, by Essam Ghareeb and Colin Foster.
Endomag was founded by Quentin Pankhurst, Audrius Brazdeikis, and Simon Hattersley, as a spin-out from the University College London (UCL)
BOWA develops and produces high-specification medical-technology solutions, and since 1977 has continuously developed into a leading technological supplier of energy-based surgical systems.
AMI was established in 1998 by a group of professionals whose aims are to provide European surgeons with the professional support required
Established in 2007, Frankenman International Ltd plays an important role in global medical device marketplace.
Creo Medical was founded in 2003 as MicroOncology Ltd by Professor Chris Hancock, initially to target the treatment of cancers through use of high frequency microwave energy and dynamic matching techniques.
Mammotome is committed to provide best-in-class technology to help clinicians accurately diagnose breast disease, such as breast cancer, through minimally invasive procedures.