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Tim Harrison

Who am I?

I’ve worked in design and marketing for over 25 years, as a consultant, agency founder and director.

During my career, I’ve helped organisations including Yamaha, Aston Martin, Caterpillar and FANUC Corporation to position, launch and re-launch their brands and products globally.

Today, I maintain a personal and practical partnership with business leaders who want to identify the most effective ways to use design and communications to grow their business, maximising their marketing investment.

Key abilities


Developing effective design and marketing strategies to deliver commercial success.


Creating distinctive brand propositions that establish true market authority and difference.


Turning varied sales and marketing objectives into organised, multi-channel campaigns.


Identifying and solving problems with your current sales and marketing approach.


Translating complex product and service information into clear and simple messages.


Ensuring maximum returns from every design and marketing investment.
How I work

Applying a commercially-minded approach, I will identify how and where to apply design communications across your business to meet key business objectives.

This could mean developing your new brand identity, or finding ways to improve existing marketing and sales collateral. Or, I can help to revaluate the entirety of your sales and marketing approach.

Through ongoing, collaborative support, I will then deliver the tools and messages needed to attract, engage and convert your audiences. My process can be deployed to address a range of objectives, as well as sales and marketing challenges.

Everything I do is designed to convince prospects to buy, customers to buy more and internal teams to buy-in to you.

Stand Out.
Withstand Change.

My priority lies in the delivery of multi-channel creative solutions that directly support your commercial growth. Solutions developed to work both now and into the future and can always be easily measured for their results.

In doing so, I develop partnerships with businesses that are focussed upon both standing out today and withstanding future change – even if they don’t have the necessary levels of insight or marketing resources required to do so internally.

The effective use of design gives customers a reason to buy from you and not from your competitors. It’s one of the most valuable sources of differentiation in business today.