International business communications consultancy Instinctif Partners has announced continued growth in the Middle East, with four new clients and a new hire.
International business communications consultancy Instinctif Partners has announced continued growth in the Middle East, with four new clients and a new hire. Instinctif Partners’ Dubai office, which services clients across the region, is now representing OTTCO (the Oman Tank Terminal Company), Astellas (MENA & Sub-Saharan Africa), JMS Property Development & Management (Sharjah) and DTZ Qatar.
Nicholas Lunt, managing partner, Middle East, says in a press statement: “Our regional offering has grown from strength to strength since our rebrand in February 2014, and this year is set to be a very busy one. With a wide range of new and existing clients in both the public and private sectors, we continue to strive for the expansion of our regional footprint, and the diversification of our range of services. Important and varied client wins in the first quarter of 2015 have set a strong precedent for the coming months.”
Instinctif Partners has begun work for OTTCO, for whom the team is developing and implementing internal engagement and a global external communications strategy targeting customers and investors.
The Middle East office is also delivering strategic communications for Astellas, a research-driven global pharmaceutical company listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, which has recently expanded into the MENA/SSA region.
Instinctif’s work for JMS Property Development & Management is focused on the launch of a unique landmark mixed used development in Sharjah called Al Rayyan. It is the first of its kind to offer leaseholds to non-GCC expatriates.
DTZ Qatar is another real estate sector client for whom Instinctif Partners is delivering PR support. DTZ is a global property company, providing investors and occupier clients around the world with industry leading solutions. Instinctif is currently providing DTZ’s Qatar office with 360-degree communications outreach for the local market.