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For someone involved as a racing car engineer since the early 1990's and with Formula 1 itself from 2000, Peter Harrison is clearly one of the most experienced in the business.
Peter says: "After ten years with BTCC touring car teams, I moved to F1 and joined British American Racing, graduating to becoming their Test Engineer before joining Jaguar Racing as Senior F1 Race Engineer to Mark Webber and Pedro de la Rosa. I then became Chief Test Engineer to the Williams F1 team working with Mark Webber, Nick Heidfeld, Alexander Wurz, Kazuki Nakajima and Nico Rosberg. At Williams, I was responsible for all technical aspects of F1 test and development operations, heading a team of Test, Control Systems and Data Analysis Engineers, and overseeing all test events in direct support of the Race Team."
With the recent upheavals in the F1 world, Peter decided to think about a different career from his first love. "I had really enjoyed my work thus far at the sharp end, working directly with the race drivers, optimising car set-ups and race strategy, but with the shake-up in F1, and our first child on the way, I needed to consider a future outside the industry."
With the downturn in the economy, many professional men and women have also been considering their future and a number have chosen to take up a management-style franchise. According to the 2009 NatWest/bfa Franchise Survey, becoming a franchisee could be a wise decision. Brian Smart, the bfa's director general, reports: "There is little indication so far of the recession having a severe impact on the franchise industry. Franchised businesses are in a much stronger position, as they have the additional protection of a proven business model and brand."
Peter said: "I really wanted the flexibility of being my own boss but I had no previous experience of running a business. So franchising was the obvious choice in my case. I can concentrate on building my own business using a proven format with ongoing help and support from the franchisor. There are so many to choose from, I thought it was going to take for ever, but Auditel quickly stood out from the crowd. I took an instant liking to their business proposition and I was really impressed with the attitude of the Head Office staff and the other franchisees." He adds: "It's been extremely tough coming from a highly paid profession in which I had many years of experience. But I'm clear about my future goals and I know this will be a better way of achieving them."
Peter says that his primary objective over the next two years is to build a successful business in order to provide the income he was accustomed to in his previous career. "Beyond that, my ultimate goals are to enjoy much more time with my family and to pursue my main hobbies of skiing, photography and classic cars!" Having already signed a clutch of new clients since he started in July, it's clear he is firing on all cylinders!
Bill Rodgers from Auditel says "There is plenty of opportunity in the market place"
22nd October 2014
North Shields-based Bill Rodgers joined the Auditel Cost Management Franchise in September.
Auditel’s flourishing Business Hub Partnership
8th October 2014
Over the past twenty years, Auditel (UK) Ltd has been pioneering Business Hub Partnerships, a brand of strategic cost management,...
Discover why your future is brighter with Auditel
26th September 2014
There are two special Auditel Free Discovery Seminars featuring guest speakers from NatWest/RBS and HSBC at their Winchester Head Office in...
Meet Auditel at the National Franchise Exhibition
17th September 2014
On Friday 3rd and Saturday 4th October, there is a unique opportunity to investigate Franchising at the National Franchise Exhibition, at...
Auditel's Lee Walton says "I was really impressed with the examples of savings"
12th August 2014
Farnham-based Lee Walton joined Auditel as a Cost Management Consultant in May this year.
Auditel talk to WhiteCollarFranchise about their 14th Suppliers Exhibition 2014
20th June 2014
Auditel recently hosted their 14th Supplier Exhibition in Nottingham and the theme was 'Maximising Opportunity'.
Auditel's Paul Hughes tells WhiteCollarFranchise - "I loved every day of the training…"
27th May 2014
Paul Hughes currently works in a team with a number of Auditel associates, on a variety of prospects and projects.
Ex-pharmacist finds the perfect tonic with an Auditel Franchise!
7th May 2014
Auditel tells WhiteCollarFranchise about Rushden based Matthew Hedges who joined Auditel in February 2014.
The network provides amount of support in terms of what we do, how we do it, and technical developments, which is something you can't replicate if you work entirely by yourself. This 'knowledge bank' means clients have access to the combined wisdom of over 100 consultants.David Lowe, Auditel Consultant since 1995
1st September 2014
Auditel are pleased to introduce Nick Rennison