Healthcare 21 opens new office in Britain as part of €100 million sales drive
Health services firm was founded by Cork entrepreneur Owen Curtin in 2003
Healthcare 21 – founded by Cork healthcare entrepreneur Owen Curtin in 2003 – has opened a new office in Leeds and plans to double its sales to €100 million by 2018.
It recently won a multi-million pound deal with global wound care and regenerative medicine company, Acelity.
Healthcare 21 was launched by Curtin with Tara Kearney, also from Cork, who previously worked with him in another healthcare services distribution company.
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