TLDR. Skew's one day masterclass is an unique opportunity for license professionals to engage with an expert agency and crack a particular brand challenge. "
Let's be honest: finding a new agency can be a real headache. Your budget's locked in, the project's success is non-negotiable, and your reputation is always on the line. And the worst part? There's no 'try before you buy' option.
Networking events? They might work for some, but let's face it – most creative folks find them more of a chore than a benefit. They often feel artificial, more suited to sales teams than to those of us looking for genuine creative collaborations.
So, what's the alternative? We came up with 'Skew Haul', our own spin on a networking event, tailored for people who typically avoid them like the plague.
Here's the gist of what makes Skew Haul different:
Pre-event Consultation Call: We start with a personal touch, a one-to-one chat to talk through a real challenge you're facing.
A Curated Tour: Next, we take you on a curated journey through London's most inspiring retail spaces – think of it as a creative field trip.
Hands-On Learning: The day begins with an eye-opening trend presentation, followed by an interactive comparative shopping experience. It's all about gathering ideas and turning them into something useful.
Actionable Outcomes: By the end of the event, you'll walk away with new perspectives and practical skills to tackle your challenges.
Here’s some feedback we've received:
Insightful Start: “Loved the trend presentation – it was spot on and really useful.”
Balanced Day: “The day was busy but perfectly paced. Really engaging without being too much.”
Warm and Welcoming: “The Skew team was so friendly and helpful – felt like every question mattered.”
And what does Skew get out of it?
New Faces: We meet fantastic people – hopefully, like you.
Our Approach, Your Pace: We show you how we work, but in a relaxed setting.
Learning Together: We get to understand the everyday challenges you face.
So that's Skew Haul – our answer to networking for people who’d rather not network. It’s about connecting, sharing, and learning in a way that feels natural and fun.