The Skill Exchange

An opportunity to meet local marketers and learn new skills for free

Local digital marketers, creatives and business owners return to The Skill Exchange on Wednesday 18 March from 6.45pm at No64 Ryde.

Two digital specialists will present topical workshops on the latest trends with opportunities to ask questions and network.

The Skill Exchange - Isle of Wight Event

Meet like-minded marketers and business owners every quarter 

The Skill Exchange is a free event where the digital curious can learn about the latest technologies and trends in marketing.

From Facebook Live to branding, our digital specialists will give you hints and tips on how to improve your presence online for free.

Event agenda

Discover who'll be speaking at the next Skill Exchange on Wednesday 18 March as two marketing professionals take to the floor.

Embrace experiential marketing

Mark Ratcliffe 
Business Developer

Finding a consumer voice and how people 'consider' your brand often go hand in hand. Through six senses, consumers can link what you do and associate experiences to your brand.

Experiential marketing creates meaningful engagements, building emotional ties to a brand that last.

Join Mark as he explains how that applies to your business as you consider how to create purposeful marketing campaigns that reach campaign objectives and influence customers.

Getting the best out of the media

Daniel James
Director at 64 Studio Ltd

News stories and feature content are more accessible than ever. You can use a smart media strategy to reach audiences that care about the products and services you offer, and make advertising less of a gamble.

Learn about the benefits of building relationships with local and niche media, and getting free publicity. Former journalist and magazine editor Daniel will discuss how media coverage has helped build awareness of his projects, and the wider benefits it has brought.

Interested in attending?

The Skill Exchange is a free quarterly event run from No64 in Ryde. Due to venue capacity, we require those wanting to attend to register. It's free and takes two minutes.