New Managing Director Gregg Flecke Brings Experience and Growth to KORE1 Boston
At KORE1, our mission is to help companies and individuals make the best possible decisions about working together. In pursuit of that mission, we have always focused on building long-term relationships with our clients and candidates that are guided by our core values. As we have expanded our services and staffing solutions to new locations and industries, we have also continued to add reliable and experienced talent to our team. Our latest addition, KORE1 Boston’s new Managing Director Gregg Flecke, follows in this tradition, bringing years of experience and success to the team.
Leading a team of senior level executive recruiters with access to cutting-edge tools and technology, Gregg will be expanding KORE1’s presence in the Northeast. With more than 25 years in the IT staffing industry in roles ranging from Account Executive to Sales Manager and Director of Strategic Alliances to Vice President of Business Development, Gregg excels at building relationships with clients, as well as mentoring and leading sales and recruiting organizations.
“It was clear from the start that Gregg was a great fit for our team,” said Tom Kenaley, KORE1 Senior Partner and Chief Revenue Officer. “His open communication style, professionalism, and focus on building relationships aligned perfectly with our own values and needs. We look forward to seeing Gregg take the lead and build on KORE1 success in the Boston area.”
Prior to joining KORE1, Gregg helped other IT staffing firms develop and expand. Through his efforts and leadership, he helped a firm grow from 22 to 400 consultants, bringing in more than $85 million in revenue. He is eager to continue this growth and success at KORE1.
“Given KORE1’s unique delivery model, coupled with the tools and technology that the organization has invested in, KORE1 continues to experience impressive growth through these uncertain times,” said Gregg. “I’m excited to be part of such an impressive organization and look forward to introducing the Northeast to KORE1.”