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Martin Le Jeune

Senior Managing Director

Martin Le Jeune is Senior Managing Director with Teneo based in London. Martin specializes in political consultancy, reputation management, and strategic communications.

Martin’s sector experience includes working for the world’s leading companies in technology, telecommunications, media, and gambling. He particularly enjoys working with clients facing crises or serious reputational challenges and developing creative solutions to enable their voices to be heard.

Martin joined Teneo from Open Road, an independent consultancy which he founded. Before Open Road he was Director of Public Affairs at Sky, representing the company in all interactions with politicians and writing senior management speeches.

He started his career as a policy civil servant in the UK civil service. He is a fellow of the Centre for Policy Studies, for which he has written two papers on media issues in the UK. He graduated with a First in History from University College London.