Date: 3rd November 2017
As well as access to free to attend workshops and masterclasses, the Digital Knowledge Exchange also aims to help educate and grow businesses by the means of a digital audit.
The digital audit comprises thirteen different topics with businesses able to choose to be audited on all of them or they can pick and choose a minimum of five.
The topics include:
Business Intelligence and Analytics, Cloud Computing, Content Marketing, CRM and Marketing Automation, Cyber Security, Designing Your Ideal Enterprise, Governance & Risk, Managing Your ICT and Digital Project, Search Engine and Mobile Optimisation, Video Marketing, Web Design and Conversion
What to Expect from the Digital Audit
The first part of the Digital Audit allows the business to do a self-assessment on their confidence and usage of different platforms under each of the topics.
Once a self-assessment has been completed, the audit will then be sent to our Digital Advisor who can do a more in-depth evaluation on the client’s web presence and technology.
As a result, businesses can expect to receive a tailored digital audit report with recommendations. The audit will help signpost businesses towards relevant workshops being run via the Digital Knowledge Exchange and where relevant highlight the need for further mentoring or support through one of our Digital Champions.
About Digital Champions
The Digital Champions are specialists in their field with a wealth of experience in many different topics. They have kindly offered some of their time to help other businesses develop their skills. There are different ways in which the Digital Champion will get involved including helping to support the completion of the digital audits, one to one mentoring, showcasing expertise and services at events and creating great content for our businesses to read, watch and listen to.
Designing Your Ideal Enterprise Events
We will also be using the results of these digital audits to signpost businesses to our ‘Design Your Own Enterprise’ Events. Using the responses businesses provide, we will be able to bring together businesses working on similar projects and challenges and match them with specialists for a full day.
For example, if a digital audit identified that a business needed help understanding how to implement a new CRM or was having problems with their current CRM, we would put a group of businesses together with a similar challenge and have them work with a CRM specialist for the full day. As a result, businesses will be able to mastermind and have a tangible action plan to take away and implement in their business.
The first of these events will take place on January 26th 2018 in Leeds. If you would like to sign up to the Digital Knowledge Programme and have access to the audits and workshops you can do so by clicking here.