Staffing levels changed little across 2020 as M&A slowed – but sales are another story.
In the second half of 2020 medtech began a tentative – and possibly short-lived – recovery.
Welcome to the calm before the Covid-19 storm.
2019 was an average year for medtech M&A. 2020, not so much.
Success or failure on the stock markets this year depended almost entirely on whether a company’s devices could be used to treat coronavirus patients.
Two dental companies go public inside a week, with very different results.
Intuitive Surgical makes the most money per employee – but the title of “most improved” goes to Philips.
Some medtech stocks did decline in 2018, but many more increased in value.