Scott Addison

Director / Head of Corporate


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London WC2A 1LG

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Scott Addison

About Scott

Scott Addison is a senior communications and corporate reputation adviser with more than two decades of international experience developing and executing high-impact communications and reputation management programs for global organizations across the corporate/B2B, legal, accounting, financial services and technology sectors.

At Infinite Global, Scott is the lead strategic communications adviser for a number of key UK and global accounts, including several multinational corporations, multiple law firms, an international accountancy network, and one of the UK’s fastest-growing B2B technology companies, among others. Over the course of his career in both the UK and US, he has advised some of the world’s top professional services firms, Fortune 500 and FTSE 350 companies, leading universities and business schools, and major nonprofit institutions on the full spectrum of communications and reputational issues.

Scott holds an MBA from Bayes Business School (formerly Cass Business School) at City, University of London, and serves on the London committee of the PM Forum. He is a Trustee and current Chair of the Board for Rainbow Migration, the UK’s leading charity providing legal and emotional support for LGBTQI+ people through the UK asylum system.

Published Works

“Profit with purpose: Scott Addison reviews Sustainable Marketing”PM Magazine, May 2021

“Is accounting tech about to have its renaissance?” – Infinite Brief, April 2021

Corporate reputation and Covid-19: The role of the Non-Executive Director” – Infinite Global and NEDA, October 2020

The Independent Voice: Corporate Reputation and the Role of the Non-Executive Director” – Infinite Global and NEDA, August 2018

Boards need to act to safeguard reputations, say NEDs” – PR Week, August 2018

Bridging the gap” – PM Magazine, June 2018

Diligence is due after Bell Pottinger scandal” – The Times, September 2017


Cass Business School - City, University of London

Indiana University Jacobs School of Music
BM, Voice Performance