Inmarsat rejigs roster

Farey-Jones, Daniel
March 2013
PRWeek (London);3/22/2013, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports that satellite communications provider Inmarsat has revised its international agency roster after a major change in the structure of the company and its communication team, and has engaged European public affairs agency Fipra and public relation firm Grayling.


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