Infinite Global has appointed Tali Robinson as director to lead and expand its London-based property practice.
Infinite Global, the international communications consultancy, has welcomed back Tali Robinson as a director in its London office.
Tali will be heading up Infinite Global's property and built environment practice, focusing on expanding the practice geographically and across a number of related sectors.
Over the last 15 years, Tali has devised and led award-winning campaigns for some of the biggest names in real estate and construction, many of the top UK and international law firms, and a number of leading tech, corporate and financial organisations. She joins from Farrer Kane, having previously spent eight years at Spada (Infinite Global's predecessor firm). She has also held positions at Mattison Public Relations, as a member of the in-house team of a telecoms giant, and at a corporate agency in South Africa.
As well as specialising in strategic communications planning, brand-altering media campaigns and reputation management, Tali counsels clients on everything from large-scale mergers to crises and internal change.
Jamie Diaferia, CEO of Infinite Global, commented: "Tali is a dynamic and innovative leader, and a seasoned advisor to large property and professional services firms. She re-joins the management team at an exciting juncture, with the last year seeing a successful MBO, global rebrand and London office move, as well as the expansion of our in-house creative and design offering. The experience and connections she brings to the business will be invaluable in helping us build on this momentum."
Tali Robinson added: "This is an excellent opportunity to join a talented, creative and reputable team, at a crucial time of growth into new markets. Im looking forward to helping drive the UK business forward as we continue to expand our footprint across key sectors such as property and construction."
Over the past 20 years, Infinite Global has worked with many of the world's top property consultants, surveyors, developers, contractors, and environmental organisations including DTZ, King Sturge, WSP, Development Securities, Wates, Ordnance Survey, the British Property Federation and the RICS.