Infinite Global appoints Tali Robinson as director to London office

Infinite Global has appointed Tali Robinson as director to lead and expand its London-based property practice.


Tali Robinson

Robinson will focus on expanding the practice geographically and across a number of related sectors. She will counsel clients on strategic communications planning, brand-altering media campaigns, reputation management, large-scale mergers, crisis management and internal change.

Prior to this, Robinson worked with Farrer Kane and previously spent eight years at Infinite Global’s predecessor Spada.

Jamie Diaferia, CEO at Infinite Global, said: “Tali is a dynamic and innovative leader and a seasoned advisor to large property and professional services firms. She rejoins 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.”

Robinson added: “This is an excellent opportunity to join a talented, creative and reputable team, at a crucial time of growth into new markets. I’m looking forward to helping drive the UK business forward as we continue to expand our footprint across key sectors such as property and construction.”

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