Mario Laudi

Meet the man running the show: Mario Laudi.

Mario is the Big Kahuna behind Red Canary and the Managing Director of the Laudi Group. He first capitalized on his eye for talent by running hockey and baseball pools before leading IT recruitment firm Bassett Laudi. His company networked with everyone from mega-corporations to local startups. Big box companies never excited Mario the way startups do. Like a true Italian-Canadian Montrealer, passion is important to him.

The secret to Mario’s success: he surrounds himself with the best.

He handpicks his staff and clients to ensure that his team is stacked with all-stars. Mario doesn’t just partner with bright, young companies; he takes entrepreneurs under his wing and nurtures their success.

Look busy! The boss is….

  • a major cyclist who braves the Toronto streets everyday on his
    way to work.
  • a master of the weekend omelet breakfast.
  • the proud parent of two adorable teenagers.
  • like every good Canadian, a huge hockey fan – Go Habs!
  • obsessed with his iPad.

Mario Laudi's Articles

  1. Job
    How Hot is the Job Market? LinkedIn Knows. Now You Will Too.Posted in Surveys
    Date Posted
    9 May 2011

Mario Laudi's Blog

  1. Job
    A Lesson from The Voice: Don’t be Fooled by the HaloPosted in ,
    Date Posted
    29 Oct 2016
  2. Job
    Hiring? Mind Your SubconsciousPosted in ,
    Date Posted
    9 Oct 2016
  3. Job
    Canada’s Talent Buffet: Forks or Knives?Posted in
    Date Posted
    18 Sep 2015
  4. Job
    Team Building Lessons from Leaders in Pro SportsPosted in
    Date Posted
    12 May 2015
  5. Job
    Dealing With Unemployment When You’re Over 45Posted in ,
    Date Posted
    23 May 2013
  6. Job
    Start-up Recruiting: How Do You Measure Up?
    Date Posted
    5 Jun 2012
  7. Job
    Hey Gen Y, Big Companies Want to Make You SmallPosted in
    Date Posted
    18 Jan 2012
  8. Job
    Rethink and Reboot Your Resume with These 6 TipsPosted in
    Date Posted
    14 Dec 2011
  9. Job
    Career Stall For Technology Workers: What it is, what to do about itPosted in
    Date Posted
    14 Nov 2011
  10. Job
    The Business Executive’s Dilemma: Should I Promote My Top Sales Person to Sales Manager?Posted in
    Date Posted
    4 Sep 2011