Peter Hart is the CEO and co-founder of Austin Fraser and recruiting expert. After completing school, Peter Hart completed an apprenticeship as a construction technician, but where he quickly lacked new challenges, which is why he pursued a career in sales, which he initially lacked an academic education. In 2000 he met Gary Elden, managing director of the HR consultancy sThree plc. Gary, who himself started his career from a similar situation, was not interested in Peter's education, but in his potential, his high level of self-motivation and his acquisition skills. He hired Peter, who quickly rose to Senior Manager. In 2007, Peter Hart and Derek Simpson founded the Austin Fraser recruitment consultancy in a garage in Reading, England, with a focus on recruiting specialists in the fields of technology and life sciences - also known as life sciences. Today Austin Fraser has 200 employees in England, the USA and Germany in Munich, Berlin and Hamburg.
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