About Merriborn Media

Trevor Merriden

Trevor is the founder and MD of Merriborn Consulting – an influential business dedicated to developing both high-quality content for our clients and vibrant, engaged networks to maximize its impact for lead generation.

Trevor had previously been a journalist for 25 years, including spells as deputy editor on Management Today and the editor and then editor-in-chief at Human Resources magazine. He was the author of 3 high profile and well received business books and have made many appearances on radio and TV, including BBC, Sky and CNN. In his spare time he presented “The Business” – essential listening for SMEs in Hertfordshire on Radio Verulam. He was a regular speaker and chair at seminars and conferences. And many moons ago he was also a senior economist at the Bank of England.

In addition to the above, Trevor has:-

Board level experience – specialising in growing businesses from £1m turnover and upwards. Able to make an impact through strategic advice and NED roles, with a particular specialism in marketing. He’s proud to be Marketing Director and serve on the board of engagement specialists 10Eighty and willing to consider additional advisorial and NED opportunities.

Coaching experience – specialising in practical advice for quality entrepreneurship for businesses of £1m or below – including getting started, understanding and applying business disciplines, growing a business from “me” to “we”; and “keeping your balance” – professional and personal management in a busy world.

Also Co-founder of C4CV – Collaborate for Customer Value. This provides quality consultancy on internal business collaboration for engagement, productivity and results. It is currently developing an International Collaboration Audit to help businesses understand how to understand, explain and deliver better business value through the way they collaborate within and outside their business.

Douglas Reynolds

Douglas started Zeoin after graduating from the University of Gloucestershire with a degree in Business Information Technology in 2013. During his study and throughout his life he has gained a strong academic understanding of business and a passion for the web development and technology. This enables Douglas to understand how the web can be used to complement business and help bring organisations forward online.

Working as a freelance developer on a wide variety of web platforms and projects ranging from website building to archatecting databases systems, Doug loves helping companies develop the new and innovative technologies

In his spare time, Douglas is a volunteer manager for St John Ambulance and walks dogs for the Cinnamon Trust charity. His interests include Programming, Apocalypse Survival and Reading.