Íñigo Martinez Redín has a significant experience as a communication professional, first as a journalist and subsequently as a leader in public departments, specializing in regulated sectors, public affairs, crisis management, and media relations.
He formerly served as Communications Advisor to Nadia Calviño, the First Vice-President of the Government and Minister of Economy. During this time, he developed the communications strategy for Recovery Plan topics, the agreement with Brussels on reforms and investments package, and the arrival of the first Next-Generation EU fundings. Previously, he served as Director of Communications at the Ministries of Energy and Industry.
He began his journalism career more than 20 years ago in the economics area of Onda Cero Radio. He covered international conflicts, political and parliamentary current affairs, and economic forums such as the Davos Forum and the G20 Summits as a journalist.
His last professional stage was in public communication, where he advised four ministers and two vice-presidents of multiple political stripes over the course of five legislatures.
Martínez Redín has a journalism degree from the Universidad del País Vasco, a master’s degree in international relations and communication from the Universidad Complutense and has completed an executive program at the Insead Institute.