Warrington-headquartered preventative healthcare services provider PAM Group has acquired a specialist outfit for an undisclosed sum.
Concept Northern is based in East Kilbride near Glasgow and employs a workforce of 20.
It offers neurodiversity assessments and assistive technology for people with conditions such as dyslexia, ADHD, Asperger’s Syndrome, dyslexia, dyspraxia, autism and Tourette’s.
Adding £2.5m to PAM’s annual revenues, the company is the group’s fourth acquisition and marks the latest stage of its growth strategy.
PAM achieved turnover of £30.1m in 2019, up from £24.1m the previous year.
The group, founded by chief executive James Murphy in 2004, was advised on its acquisition by Ben Bradley of HURST Corporate Finance and James Thompson and James Hamilton of HURST’s tax team.