David Spencer-Percival, a serial entrepreneur and the founder of two job seekers, Huntress and Spencer Ogden, has launched his latest venture, Life Science People.
With a private investment of 2 million people and an initial team of 20 people, the Spencer Percival's team plans to have 100 London offices by December and nine international offices within five years.
With the launch of Life Sciences People, he continues to recruit and train graduates. Spencer-Percival is one of the five leading recruiting entrepreneurs featured on the Sunday Times Fast Track and has a strong reputation for launching businesses in the wake of the global crisis.
His first business, Huntress, was launched behind the technology crash and Spencer-Ogden shortly after the 2008 financial crash. We have also established No.1 Rosemary Water, a drink brand currently sold in more than 27 countries around the world.
Spencer Percival’s decision to focus on life sciences follows a record investment in the sector in 2018/19, followed by rapid technological advances and innovations in both life sciences and today’s wider world...
He said: I have a habit of taking on new projects during challenging times! The truth is, life sciences have seen two years of unparalleled investment, and I believe in taking risks in growing markets. Hiring future talent has always been my passion, and in all my business I helped the most talented people to unlock their potential. Life sciences must be people.