Merseyside-based health tech company Inovus Medical has launched its new global headquarters at the Glass Futures Centre of Excellence in St Helens.
Founded in 2012, Inovus Medical develops simulation technology for surgical training. The company develops both the equipment and software used to recreate the conditions of surgery for medical education.
The firm’s new headquarters are based in the medtech and life sciences campus in St Helens, a hub of health tech research in the North West.
“The expansion to new global headquarters is an essential part of our roadmap as we march forward on our mission to become the world’s partner for surgical training,” said Inovus Medical chairman Glenn Cooper
“This cutting-edge facility provides a dynamic environment for innovation, collaboration, and growth, propelling us closer to our goal of revolutionising surgical education globally.”
The operations base is located near the company’s manufacturing hub, also in St Helens, to encourage collaboration between the research and development and manufacturing teams.
“We are delighted to support Inovus Medical’s occupation of the Glass Futures Centre of Excellence and witness their dedication to innovation and medical technology,” said St Helens councillor Kate Groucutt
“This new headquarters reinforces St Helens’ position as a hub for cutting-edge research and development in the field of healthcare and life sciences, showcasing the strength of our collaborative efforts with forward-thinking companies like Inovus Medical.”
Last year, Inovus Medical was named KPMG’s UK Tech Innovator 2023.
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