Hyper Recruitment Solutions (HRS) celebrated their official launch this week at Burlington House, the prestigious headquarters of the Royal Society of Chemistry, in London’s Piccadilly. This exclusive event saw Ricky Martin introduce HRS to guests from a multitude of companies across the Life Science and Technology industries. During the evening, Ricky was inducted as a Member of the Royal Society of Chemistry, which included the MD of Burlington House officially presenting Ricky with his certificate of membership in front of the audience. This further solidifies the relationship that Ricky and the HRS team have with the Science industry.
Guests were present from the Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology, FMCG and CRO sectors to be there for an evening which aimed at demonstrating the vision of HRS to become a major player within the Science and Technology recruitment industry. The ambience at the Royal Society of Chemistry offered guests a Science based feel throughout the night, which included food and drink served from test tubes and pipettes.
As part of the event, Lord Alan Sugar took to the stage to answer questions from senior figures within the Life Science industry. Questions were focused around business and Lord Sugar’s career.
Following the event Ricky Martin provided a comment on his thoughts for the evening and the future of HRS:
“Firstly I would like to thank everybody who attending the launch evening and all suppliers who helped me to make it a reality. The evening I feel was a great success as it brought together key individuals from the Science & Life Science communities to share ideas and thoughts. I am incredibly passionate about science and raising the standards in recruitment so to share this message with everybody was a real blessing. I look forward to the future of HRS and again I would like to thank everybody who made the company a reality”