Instinctif Partners launches impact offering

Communications consultancy Instinctif Partners has launched a new offering that focuses on environmental and social impact.

BBOX solar panel being installed in Goma, Democratic republic of Congo
BBOX solar panel being installed in Goma, Democratic republic of Congo

Instinctif Impact aims to advise companies who have a "clearly defined objective for improving lives", working across sectors that Instinctif Partners specialises in, including financial services, energy and technology.

The new offering will be led by Rishi Bhattacharya, co-head of corporate and capital markets, and will provide clients with access to Instinctif’s integrated services, including corporate communications, capital markets and public policy.

Bhattacharya said: "We have observed first-hand how generating a positive environmental or social impact is becoming core to the future of business. Communications plays a vital role in illustrating the value of impact for business."

The launch of the new offering builds on Instinctif’s recent work with impact-led companies like Bamboo Capital Partners, a Geneva-based a commercial private equity firm, and BBOXX, a solar power generation utility based in London with operations across African and the developing world.

Florian Kemmerich, managing partner at Bamboo Capital Partners, described the agency’s advice as "crucial" at a time when the company began to communicate a shift in its business model from a pure-play private equity firm to an "impact investing platform".

Kemmerich added: "As part of this, they maximised our profile with first-rate execution of a series of key strategic partnerships with the likes of the United Nations Capital Development Fund and the World Bank."

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