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Happy Holidays!!!

Carlos Acosta | 13.12.2019

Happy Holidays & Felices Fiestas from your friends at The QualiFind Group!

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Winning Silver in Athens!

Carlos Acosta | 25.10.2019

"The strength of the team is each individual member. The strength of each member is the team."

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Top 20 Executive Search Firms in America

George Walther-Meade | 27.03.2019

Forbes announces the Top Executive Search Firms in America for 2019....

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New Agribusiness Practice Group Video

George Walther-Meade | 01.03.2019

Warren Carter and his colleagues in our global Agribusiness Practice Group speak to trends impacting talent for the agricultural and food industry.

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Will 2019 & 2020 Be Better for Women?

Warren Carter | 07.01.2019

Female executives and politicians have reason to view their future with renewed optimism. Recent events show a shift towards competence and away from bias.

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Tightest Labor Market Since 1969

George Walther-Meade | 05.01.2019

Current market conditions are forcing companies to consider and incentivize lower skilled workers to offset demand.

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Agribusiness/Science & Food Processing Search Practice Expanded

Karina Quiroz | 08.11.2018

Our experience and depth in the Agribusiness and Agriscience industry sector has been expanded by five new consultants and a new Global Practice Leader.

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National Conference for Food and Agribusiness

Karina Quiroz | 21.09.2018

Business is changing… and like all other businesses, food and agriculture are experiencing an important paradigm shift.

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New Protein Sources – Beyond Meat

Karina Quiroz | 22.08.2018

Tyson Foods CEO – Tom Hayes is championing the search for sustainable proteins and cleaner foods and if successful… could reshape the food industry, lower environmental impacts and create new career paths for many.

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Agricultural Debt Increasing

Karina Quiroz | 22.08.2018

Economists from the University of Illinois recently completed a study showing that lower crop prices, higher input costs and interest rates on the rise are contributing to increased debt levels across the broader agricultural economy.

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