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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A glimpse into the future: books sold in shops...

Having spent billions in R&D dollars developing groundbreaking consumer products such as the Kindle, Echo speaker and Alexa engine, New...

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Software is eating automotive

It's shocking to realize that automotive is becoming a software play.  But it shouldn't surprise us that automotive execs struggle to...

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Microsoft, WannaCry and the NSA

I was proud, if not somewhat taken aback, by the strength of Microsoft's statement in relation to the WannaCry malware attack. They did...

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Silicon Valley size deal for London firm, via Japan

In the biggest deal involving a UK tech firm since CTrip acquired Skyscanner for $1.7BN in November last year, SoftBank (the Japanese...

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