Inmarsat is an international company, the world leader in global, mobile satellite communications, based in London at the Old Street roundabout.
The company has been powering global connectivity for four decades while working with the supply chain in the UK, providing employment and lasting relationships for people and businesses.
Inmarsat is the UK’s leading space business, actively participating in the UK Space Leadership Council, European Space Agency programmes and is a lead member in the UKspace trade association.
Approximately 1,000 people work at Inmarsat’s HQ, around 50% of the company’s global workforce. In addition, the company spends an average of £180m with UK suppliers, sustaining jobs with these companies. Inmarsat generates more than £1.1bn per year in revenue, of which 95% is from exports.
The company also works to engage with the communities in which it operates, especially in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) subjects working with more than 1,000 young people a year on STEM as well as offering internships and apprenticeships.
Inmarsat is the number one mobile satellite company worldwide in:
The company is also a leader in providing satellite connectivity services for land-based organisations, enabling the Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) and helping transform business outcomes with the widest range of global voice, broadband data, machine2machine (M2M) and value-add services to the market.
[Note data correct as at January 2020 using full year final data for 2017-2019]