Infinite Global was founded in 2014 when Infinite PR (US) and Spada (UK) merged, and they specialize in PR, branding, and content services. But their work goes back to 1994. They have offices in London, New York, North Carolina, Chicago, Philadelphia, and San Francisco. They help professional services firms and other complex businesses show their expertise to informed audiences. They are also known for their crisis communication efforts.
Much of their early (on ongoing work) is in the legal sector and they work with some of the most profitable, specialized, and largest law firms in the world. But law firms are not the only professional service firms that receive their understanding of the stories that move business forward and their ability to nuance the details.
Leadership, Clients, and Accolades:
Jamie Diaferia graduated from the University of Connecticut School of law and was later admitted to the Connecticut bar, so his expertise dealing with law firms comes easily to him as the CEO of Infinite Global. Past work includes the Enron collapse, Penn State’s scandal, and more. He’s been named one of Lawdragon’s 100 Leading Legal Consultants and Strategists. Before the merger in 2014, he was the founder and CEO of Infinite PR.
Jamie Diaferia recently said: “For more than two decades, we have advised leading law firms and lawyers on communication strategies that impact their reputations and bottom line. We are incredibly grateful for the opportunities we are given and this continued recognition from the legal community.”
Clients include Am Law 100 law firms and accounting, financial services and consulting firms, individuals, and corporations. Many of them involved in high-stakes crises and legal battles. They have several awards, but for the last six years, they have received The National Law Journal’s “Best PR Firm” award.
Getting a Job There:
Check out the current openings at Current-Openings. Or you can check out their office, their culture, and a bit of their humor at www.infiniteglobal.com. Employees come with experience in other fields often – mainly from the law, journalism, politics, and, of course, public relations.
If you want to work with or for a firm of passionate, creative, and skilled people, you’ll be in heaven here. The firm offers communications, public relations, media, litigation communications, merger communications, financial reporting, and crisis communications. They took in almost $7 million in fees during 2017 and just under 40 people employed by the agency.
Infinite Global is a strong good PR firm.