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Peter Neal

 UNW LLP, Head of Strategic Talent

After 9 years working in the civil engineering sector throughout the UK, Peter changed career direction and joined Nigel Wright Group where he spent 16 years helping the founder build an international recruitment business.The business was successfully sold to private equity and in 2015 Peter was invited by the partners at UNW LLP to set up a new service line specialising in helping SMEs build high performing leadership teams.

He has been a Trustee for a number of not-for-profit organisations and is currently Vice-Chair of the Great North Air Ambulance Service.  Peter is also co-founder of The Experience Bank - a free to access, proprietary, peer-reviewed network of high quality, business leaders committed to supporting other organisations in a non-executive or informal advisory capacity.

He holds a BSc (Hons) in Mining Engineering (1987) and an MSc in Rock Mechanics (1992).


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