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About Marcus

An experienced and innovative creator

Marcus Myers is a man of enormous talent. He specialises in Marketing & Communications with an exceptional skill to integrate information and humour, making him a gifted young professional.

An interest in effective communication came naturally, starting his journey in mainstream media. His first broadcasting opportunity was co-hosting CBC’s Mornin’ Barbados in 2016, and inspired by this experience; he proceeded to co-create and host the unique, all-Bajan online video series ‘Research And Some Sense’. Here he brings life to serious topics like the environment, healthcare and education with a fun twist in a comedic and unapologetically Bajan delivery. This successful series has reaped many viral videos and earned collaborations with notable organisations such as the Barbados Light and Power, PAHO, the Ministry of Health, and the Barbados Veterinary Association.

Recognised for excellence in media production

With over one million television and social media views, Marcus’s love for sharing information led him to create the INO Podcast. Notably, Barbados’ longest-running podcast since its inception in 2017, INO has the most diverse range of featured guests on any media platform on island. Episodes include chats with the internationally renowned DJ Puffy, dancer and choreographer Nandi Yard, and Dr. Kevin Greenidge, Governor of the Central Bank of Barbados and two Barbadian Ambassadors, Gabriel Abed and David Comissiong. True to his brand, Marcus curates an experience leaving his audience with deep knowledge and jokes galore.

Marcus earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology before attaining a Master’s in Business Administration from the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill. He also obtained a Mass Communication and Development Diploma from the College of International Radio Broadcasting and a Certificate in Marketing from Cornell University.

The "Everyman"

Marcus has responsibility for corporate communications, branding, and traditional and digital marketing.In addition, Marcus is sought out as a consultant for Digital Marketing Strategies, where he lends his expertise in bringing life to brands across Barbados, including Arawak Cement, Barbados Lumber Company, the Breast Cancer Society Breast Screening Programme and more. He has also collaborated with reputable business communications companies such as SFa Communications and Media Support International.

The marriage between corporate and creative communications allows Marcus to connect with a wide cross-section of people. He is a natural translator, connecting his clientele and the “everyman”. He takes pride in executing business communication in a simple, fun and inclusive way.