Cesium Group is the leading head-hunting firm, operating globally and specialising within the beverage sector. Our clients are typically brand owners or distributors within the beers, wines, spirits, soft drinks, and tea’s/coffee categories.
We are a preferred talent partner for PLC’s, PE/VC backed and family-owned businesses, retained to deliver C-suite, Director, and board-level headhunting assignments across the globe. Recruiting ‘world-class’ talent, across all skill disciplines. With deep global and local knowledge, we have delivered projects across all continents (with the exception of Antarctica..) operating primarily in EMEA, America’s and CEE / CIS. We have teams physically based in the UK, Spain, Portugal and South Africa.
Several of our core team are CIPD qualified along with being certified practicians of Discovery Insights and hence we are regularly called upon to deliver HR consulting work, be that creating and delivering bespoke leadership development programmes (group sessions or one to one coaching) restructures/organisational effectiveness/succession planning projects, or compensation and benefits benchmarking to support our clients in building ultra high-performance teams.Read more
“In the latest of our CEO interviews, Paul Haslam of Cesium Group – in association with the drinks business – speaks with Robin Langton, Chief Operating Officer at Ridgeview Wine Estate.” Robin Langton of Ridgeview Paul: I understand that you are now focusing your attention on the US market. How are you approaching this? Robin: We’ve […]Read more
“This week, Cesium Group – in association with the drinks business – sat down with David Cunningham, Programme Director for There’s a Beer for That.” David Cunningham, programme director, There’s a Beer for That The campaign – funded and supported by Britain’s Beer Alliance of global, regional and craft brewers – seeks to promote education in the […]Read more
“In the latest of our CEO interviews, Cesium Group – in association with the drinks business – speaks to drinks distributor Enotria&Coe’s CEO Troy Christensen.” Troy Christensen Paul: Great news on the recent acquisition of Coe Vintners and the move to a composite offering. What does this mean for Enotria going forward? Troy: Over the past […]Read more
“In the latest of our CEO interviews, Paul Haslam of Cesium Group – in association with the drinks business – spoke to Mike Laing, managing director of Armit Wines.” Paul: Mike, please could you give me an overview of Armit Wines as a business and some of the recent changes that you’ve been through? Mike: Armit […]Read more