Inmarsat Appoint Instinctif for Global Role
Instinctif Partners has been appointed global corporate consultancy by Inmarsat, the leading satellite communications group.
Instinctif’s team is headed by Partner Jeremy Durrant and Managing Partners Damian Reece and David Simonson, reporting into Inmarsat’s External Affairs & Corporate Communications team, headed by Chris McLaughlin, Jonathan Sinnatt and Katie Potts.
2015 promises to be a year of particular strategic importance to UK-based Inmarsat which is scheduled to complete its Global Xpress network with the launch of two further satellites which will provide seamless, high speed communications for customers across the globe.
As well as taking the role of global corporate agency, Instinctif will also lead on UK and European-based communications.
Damian Reece said: “We are delighted to have been appointed by Inmarsat. They are a fantastic example of a British success story with technology that is transforming mobile communications. The UK has a proud history of leadership in this field and Inmarsat can rightly take its place at the forefront of this rapidly changing industry.”
Tim Fallon, Managing Partner & CEO, Capital Markets and Corporate Practice at Instinctif Partners, commented: “As a business our scale and reputation are growing. Attracting global clients such as Inmarsat is testimony to our strength in depth and breadth as a business communications consultancy and our interconnected approach to reputation management.”
Jonathan Sinnatt, Director of Corporate Communications added: “This is a very important appointment for Inmarsat, particularly in the year that we complete the worldwide roll-out of Global Xpress, our US$1.6bn superfast satellite broadband network. Instinctif will be a vital partner as we undertake the most ambitious communications programme in our history.”