International business communications consultancy Instinctif Partners Middle East has announced the addition of two new clients to its portfolio – Oman Tank Terminal Company (OTTCO) and DTZ Qatar.
OTTCO is a joint investment of Oman Oil Company and Takamul Investment Company, established to build, own and operate a global-scale crude oil terminal. Instinctif has begun developing and implementing an internal engagement and global external communications strategy, that targets both customers and investors for the company.
DTZ is a global property company that provides investors and occupier clients around the world with industry-leading solutions. Instinctif is providing DTZ’s Qatar office with a 360-degree communications outreach for the local market.
“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,” says Nicholas Lunt, Managing Partner, Instinctif Partners Middle East. “With a wide range of existing clients in both the public and private sectors, we continue to strive for the expansion of our regional footprint. Important and varied client wins in the first quarter of 2015 have set a strong precedent for the coming months.”