Japan’s M3, a healthcare services company listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange Prime Market, has acquired UK start up Messly, a recruiting marketplace platform for U.K. doctors, for surgeries and hospitals to hire locums, or temporary doctors, at short notice. It was founded in 2017 and 70% of the UK’s trainee doctors are registered on it.
M3 has already acquired several healthcare software and services related companies in France, Germany, Spain, Sweden and the UK since 2011 when it acquired doctors.net.uk. We estimate M3 has over 500 employees in Europe, out of 10,533 worldwide.
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