A Camel is a horse that has been designed by a committee. -Murphy's Laws of Computers
We can't solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them. -Albert Einstein
Great leaders are almost always great simplifiers, who can cut through argument, debate, and doubt to offer a solution everybody can understand. -Colin Powell
Peter is well known in the London social scene and is an active member of many networks.
From Left to right: Stuart Kameen (Financial Services), Peter Blue (Investor, business networking & technical architect) and Charles Chauhan (property developer)
He joined the British army when he was 16. After training in Bassingbourn barracks (near Royston, Hertfordshire) he was posted to the 3rd Battalion the Queens regiment who were stationed at Catterick Garrison (North Yorkshire). After a tour of Belfast his unit was moved down to Connaught Barracks (near Dover Castle, Kent) where they did a tour of Belize (Central America). in the early 80s his unit moved to St Barbara Barracks, Fallingbostal (Germany).
A few months later he moved back to Borden (Hants, UK) to the SEME (School of Electrical Mechanical Engineering) where he was trained in electronics, semi-conductors, single & three phase power, batteries, motors, generators. He passed the course and changed his cap-badge to REME (Royal Eletrical & Mechanical Engineers). He was then posted back to Fallingbostal but this time to the Royal hussars (Armoured tank Regiment). After about a year he was detached to Port Stanley (Falklands), then to Bielefeld (Germany) then to 21 Engineer Regiment (Nienberg) and finally back to Bielefeld where he saw active service in the 1st Gulf War. He left the army soon afterwards.
He has written some articles.
Projects He has been involved with.