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Knowledge Enterprises, Inc. and The Institute for Orthopaedics(TM) Release The 2007-2008 Orthopaedic Industry Annual Report
Date:7/8/2008

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Knowledge Enterprises, Inc. is the only publisher in the world solely focused on the global orthopaedic market. Its singular mission is helping orthopaedic companies and individuals achieve their growth directives. The company was founded in 1992 by industry executives who realized that the orthopaedic industry had nowhere to turn for objective, accurate, strategically-oriented assistance. Since then it has specialized in products and services that allow companies to more aggressively expand their orthopaedic businesses.

The company publishes Bare Bones(R), OrthoKnow(R), BONEZone(R), U.S. Orthopaedic Product News(TM), sponsors The Orthopaedic Manufacturing & Technology Exposition and Conference (OMTEC) and operates the Orthopaedic portal online at http://www.orthoworld.com .


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