Reducing the risk of brand inconsistency

Aon is a global professional services company who specialise in providing risk, retirement and health solutions. Headquartered in London and listed on the NYSE, Aon is ranked as the largest insurance broker in the world based on revenue and has over $3.3 trillion in assets under advisement. Currently Aon employ over 50,000 staff in 500 offices spread across 120 countries around the world.



Aon Brand Matters was born as the new home for all of the refreshed Aon brand compliant content. Every different department within the business has access to Brand Matters via SSO and can now learn about the Aon story or educate themselves about the new brand standards. The Showcase module is where teams share their best work with colleagues globally so that is can be re-used in different markets.


The Brand Matters site is now the one-stop shop for everything brand Aon. The Brandworkz site is a central place where everyone with the business, no matter the department, can learn about the brand and utilise the brand assets. The Showcase section of Brand Matters is a very popular area where Aon employees share their best work to inspire colleagues and promote re-use.

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Our Brandworkz site, Brand Matters, is a great resource as it streamlines where colleagues are accessing brand information. It’s saved us masses of time by trimming the non-essential requests. For example Logo Finder is a great tool and Brandworkz was the only vendor we saw with that capability.
Chris Lawson, Creative Service Project Manager at Aon


  • Strengthened brand compliance and consistency
  • More focus on strategic tasks rather than constantly managing requests for content
  • Dramatic reduction in the number of requests by users asking for materials
  • Cost savings in terms of time both for the design and marketing team and remote colleagues
  • Solved the problem of sharing content between internal teams which were previously blocked by firewalls