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About us

Tigermarque specialises in sustainable brand development. It combines our two passions: helping brands grow and helping the environment. We believe brands can be successful whilst minimising their impact on the environment.

We have helped numerous companies grow their brands such as Nestle, Pernod-Ricard, Roche Diagnostics, Glisten Foods, Dahabshiil, EasyDo. We combine rigorous processes with vast experience, intuition and creativity to maximise a brand’s potential.

We have a strong service culture that always aims to deliver added value to our clients. Our skills and experience give us real insight into what our clients are looking for which is why we deliver great work, on time, to budget and always with a smile!

Simon, the founder of Tigermarque, is a Cradle to Cradle Certification Catalyst. The qualification gives him the knowledge to help companies design, produce and distribute products that minimise the use of the world’s valuable resources by using materials that are safe for humans and the environment, that better manage materials used, that make use of renewable energy, that use water better and that ensure more responsible business operations. For more information please contact Simon on 020 8773 5979 or simon.hesketh@tigermarque.com.

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  • Simon Hesketh

    Simon has been in brand development for over 30 years. He gained a classical marketing training at Nestle UK, then worked at Pernod Ricard looking after the Group’s Scotch whisky portfolio worldwide.

    Following a spell as Marketing Director at Pearlfisher, a leading packaging design company, he joined Revolver, a consumer PR agency, as Joint Managing Director. He set up Tigermarque in 1997. He has worked with many major brands in food, drink, entertainment, publishing, IT and education.

    Besides being a long-standing Member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing, Simon loves to keep fit, cycling (yes, he’s a MAMIL) and swimming, enjoys a round of golf and is passionate about rugby union and Arsenal.

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