We conceived Aeron based on our collective ambition to offer a better approach to branding.
So we’re not a consultancy striving to dazzle clients with over-complex models and meaningless jargon. We’re a focussed group of people simply getting on with it. Giving clients the refreshingly rigorous yet straightforward approach they need.
Our busy and ambitious clients want to grow their businesses as efficiently as possible. We make sure that’s exactly what we help them to do.
We bring together a highly collaborative and insightful team including brand strategists, architects, 2D & 3D designers, digital specialists, writers and AV Producers.
We help brands tell their stories, engaging diverse audiences through apt and effective channels. We ensure all our projects have a fact-based foundation, are creatively executed and are practically applied through meaningful engagement programmes.
Our founders and partners have advised many of the world’s most valued brands including Audi, adidas, British Airways, Barclaycard, Bacardi, BP, Blackberry, Chevrolet, Dell, Hewlett-Packard, Intel, KPMG, Merrill Lynch and Rio Tinto amongst others; as such they are well placed to add value to yours.
Campaign & Communication Strategists
Research & Measurement Experts
Brand Narrative Writers
Brand 2D Designers
Brand 3D Designers
Brand Engagement Specialists & Staff Trainers
Matthew helps brands to define and express themselves through strategic brand planning and project management of creative teams.
Matthew has extensive consultancy experience advising governments and companies on brand & communications strategy – especially at the point of change on market entry, repositioning and restructuring.
Matthew was previously Regional Director of the World’s largest brand consultancy and led Interbrand’s operations in Northern Europe, Middle East, Turkey and India. He also worked for 10 years in Advertising & Communications as a Board Director with Omnicom agencies BBDO, Fleishman-Hillard and Porter Novelli; for whom he set up and managed their offices in emerging markets and the Middle East.
Matthew was educated at Victoria College Jersey, University of Westminster Business School, and following his graduation from The Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, served as a British Army Officer for six years.
Audi, AT&T, adidas, Agthia, Akbank, Air Portugal, BP, Casper Intel, Chevrolet, Emirates Airlines, Etihad Airways, Gulf Air, GSK, Hilton, HP, JW Marriott, Kraft (Kenco), Lucent Technologies, LG, London 2012 Olympic Bid, Mars, National Bank of Dubai, Neilson, Pepsi, Pizza Hut, P&G (Wella), Renault, SEB Bank, Saudi Arabian Railways, Siemens, Standard Chartered, Turk Telekom, Universal Orlando, Wrigley’s & Bermuda, Egypt, FNCRT, Grenada, Iceland, Paris, Macau, Ontario, Utah and Vermont Tourism Boards.
Mark has 15 years experience across a range of design disciplines within the world of branding. From working directly with CEO’s and refining their brand vision, through to bringing the brands to life visually in all their communications including: identity, print, advertising, exhibition and web design.
As a design director Mark’s experience at number of top agencies has seen him work on a huge variety of exciting projects for international clients such as Russian Standard Vodka, SWIFT, ABF The Soldiers’ Charity, Osborne Clarke, Selftrade, Symrise, Rainmakers’ CSI, Ballantine’s, Craegmoor, ICAEW, Brand London, Nakheel and the Palm Islands.
Russian Standard Vodka, SWIFT, ABF The Soldiers’ Charity, Osborne Clarke, Selftrade, Symrise, Rainmakers’ CSI, Ballantine’s, Craegmoor, ICAEW, Brand London, Nakheel, The Palm Islands
Ben brings significant account management experience working on celebrated international brands with firms including Brandhouse and Cowan Design.
His brand and implementation experience includes projects for clients such as Heinz (Soups), Britvic (Robinsons) and John Cotton in the UK; GlaxoSmithKline (Aquafresh) and Kellogg’s (Special K) globally, Mars (Cesar dog food, Maltesers & Galaxy) in Europe; Agthia and PeipsiCo in the Middle East; and Kellogg’s (Extra/Komplete) in Central America.
Ben is a University of Warwick Graduate in Law and Business, was brought up in Plymouth, in the West Country, and has travelled extensively throughout South America.
Agrivita, Agthia, Al Ain, Al Ain Water, Alpin Water, Aquafresh, Branding, Cesar, Extra/Komplete (Central America), Galaxy, GSK, Heinz, Ice Crystal Water, John Cotton, Maltesers, Nutri-Grain, Special K
Tamara helps companies define and express themselves through strategic corporate and consumer communications and messaging.
Tamara has over 15 years experience as a Board Director and Partner of the some the World’s largest communications companies including Omnicom’s Fleishman-Hillard.
A history and politics graduate of Bristol University, Tamara brings significant experience advising many of the worlds most influential technology brands on strategic positioning, market and product entry, restructuring working with internal and external audiences.
AT&T, Avaya, Blackberry, Dell, Huawei, Intel, RIM and TATA.
Originally an award winning advertising writer and creative director, Andy first got involved in branding by writing the first brand story telling project for Ericsson and the iconic green dot rebrand for Deloitte.
Subsequently he became Director of Verbal Identity for Interbrand – the world’s largest brand consultancy. There he created, implemented and helped manage the tone of voice for Nissan, Hays Recruitment, AstraZeneca, KPMG, Epson, Barclays and InterContinental.
Andy now works independently with brands and businesses in all sectors, sizes and stages on tone of voice and brand development, naming and strategic messaging.
Clients include Arup, Eurostar, McLaren, Flynas, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Cevalon, Aviva Investors, GACA, All England Club, Wimbledon, The Yacht Company, Tesco, Glyndebourne, Agthia and The Centre for World Culture.
Andy has delivered post and packages, Porsches and potatoes – but not at the same time.
He has also script doctored, speech written, ghost written and created trailers for Hollywood blockbusters – which is a great education in making every word count.
As far as he knows, he’s also the only tone of voice expert who has created the EU wide sponsorship bumpers for the Eurovision Song Contest.
Agthia, Dell, Eastway, flynas, McLaren, Nissan, KPMG, Epson, EDF, Barclays, Hays and Kaspersky.
Neil has over 10 years experience working across a diverse range of product development and marketing disciplines.
Neil started his career as innovation consultant, where as part of a multi-disciplinary team, he relished the challenge of combining technology, brand, design and consumer insight to develop compelling product and service propositions for a range of blue-chip clients.
For the past six years, Neil has specialised in strategic brand development. Working with leading brand agencies and global brands, his core expertise and ability in problem solving, lateral thinking and understanding of user experience have enabled him to develop compelling and holistic brand strategies that deliver real value and commercial success for clients.
Nokia, Boeing, Neutrogena, HTC , Orange, P&G, Hugo Boss, Ford, Jaguar, Gossard, Wonderbra, M&S, Nestle, BlackBerry, HTC, Phillips, Gillette, J&J, Reckitt Benckiser, Astra Zeneca, William Hill, Roche and Electrolux.
Lee helps ambitious brands solve business and marketing problems through the use of advanced technology combined with compelling contemporary user experiences.
A seasoned interactive marketing lead with 15 years experience, Lee’s agency careers spans Director positions including Omnicom’s Impact Proximity, FCB digital agency, Blue Barracuda and ATOM.
For Emirates Airlines Lee managed an entire portfolio of companies including the Airline, Holidays, Arabian Adventures, Skywards, SkyCargo, Al Maha Desert Resort & Spa.
Adidas, Jeep, Coca-Cola, Disney, Emirates Airlines, Kraft, Oreo, Flynas, Nivea, Hyundai, Hilton, Nissan, Nike, MARS, M&M's, Pepsi, Pizza Hut, Samsung and Snickers.
Jay Tunbridge has 15 years experience working in the creative industry – previously Creative Director for leading London brand agencies Designhouse and L&Co, he has delivered brand-led design and digital projects for global organisations such as Heineken, JLL and Microsoft XBOX. Jay has focussed skillsets within the creative digital sector where he has previously undertaken UX and design projects for Renault, T Mobile, FT, IPC Media publications and more recently ferry comparison website Direct Ferries – Europe’s largest ferry ticket aggregator.
Leading design teams and working with some of London’s top creatives Jay has also been lucky enough to pick up some awards and recognition along the way. Today Jay provides both design and commercial photography services to businesses and individuals across the UK and beyond.
Jay is ever the optimist – likes classic American cars, sausage dogs and most importantly time in the sunshine.
JLL, Heineken, Renault, T Mobile, FT, Direct Ferries, Microsoft XBOX
As a conceptual/ strategic writer, Rebecca Jaks has over 20 years’ experience of brand development, creative strategising and writing across platforms and industry.
From speechwriting for Richard Branson to creating the concept for adidas’ first ever women’s store, Rebecca is driven by nailing an original thought and making words work as hard as imagery.
Rebecca’s branding & identity skillset includes developing brand tone of voice, creative development, internal engagement, and she has worked across a range of projects across experiential, print (press / outdoor / POS) & digital elements.
adidas, Barclays, Bayer, BBC, BP, Dept of Health, Essar [India], figleaves, Hertz, Jumeirah, NAB, Post Office, Royal Mail, The Elders, Virgin Atlantic, Virgin Media, Virgin Mobile, Virgin Trains