Calibre One



Formed in 1999 by some of the executive search profession’s most experienced recruiters, Calibre One is a leading retained executive search firm specializing in building senior management teams within innovative areas of technology. We leave no stone unturned when searching for the best in executive leadership. To date, we have assisted our clients in securing over 1500 executives at the VP, ‘C’ level and CEO stages of their careers. We have offices across the USA, Europe and Asia and continue our success through a simple mantra: Talent is the single most important factor that influences the success of a business. This belief drives each and every search we do.



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Factory for Founders

A dating agency for corporates - sound crazy? Well, not according to Brent Hoberman who's come out with some fighting talk regarding...

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MySpace: is all publicity good publicity?

The answer is 'no', when it's a massive data breach.

It says a lot when the only time MySpace gets significant 'air time' is after...

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The 'new' pill

Apparently the future of beauty and skin care is in pills - 'nutricosmetics'. I am forever taking vitamins and supplements for various...

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Soundcloud's USP has always been original content with many creators using the platform to upload new material, covers and remixes -...

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Setting goals to go the distance!

What fabulous advice! Declaring what you want seems to do magical things for advancing towards a goal. 

We could all use a refresher...

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