Bryony’s Curious Rebellion
In 2008, Bryony started the journey towards what is today the Watertight Marketing™ Methodology, supporting up to 1000 organisations through the powerful process at any one time.
- She was managing telephone fundraising campaigns for the likes of Mind and Help the Aged at age 19.
- She was designing and running pan-European campaigns for Dell and Microsoft by age 24.
- She secured a role as divisional director of marketing in FTSE 100, Experian, by age 28.
- She released a book that has been its best-sellers list since launch, aged 33.
Bryony Thomas describes her route to entrepreneurship as ‘a curious rebellion’. Her non-traditional upbringing on the hills of South Wales might more typically be associated with a life as an environmental campaigner, or in the creative arts.
As a self-funding student she took the role of telephone fundraising with ActionAid, within 3 months – aged just 19 – she was co-managing telephone fundraising campaigns for UK’s best-loved charities, alongside her ‘full time’ studies. By age 24 she was heading up the largest account at leading technology marketing agency Mason Zimbler – running integrated campaigns across Europe for the likes of IBM and Dell. If you ask nicely, she’ll tell you about the yellow trainers. Aged just 28, and with a CIM Diploma and an award-winning MBA under her belt, she secured the role of divisional director of marketing for FTSE 100 company, Experian.
Since establishing her business in the midst of the banking crisis, Bryony has created the Watertight Markeitng methodology, which is accessed by scaling businesses as 12-month transformation programmes, via the self-serve Watertight Webschool learning platform, or via one of the growing number of Certified Practitioners.