- Contract (Services)
- 2 year
- 02 Jul 2019
- To 28 Jul 2021 (est.)
- 29 Jul 2019 00:00
- British Council London
The Study UK campaign, delivered by British Council in partnership with the UK Government’s GREAT Britain campaign, is designed to promote British higher education to international students. The campaign aims to generate jobs and growth for Britain by recruiting additional higher education students to study in UK universities, and has to date generated 421 000 000 GBP in economic returns. Additionally, the campaign aims to promote prosperity and economic development in developing nations, by increasing access to higher education and career opportunities for graduates. British Council is looking for a social media agency to take on our social media presence across various networks, devise an annual content strategy in line with our overarching campaign strategy and plans, generate content on a daily basis, drive engagement with our stakeholders and audiences, and maintain a high standard of excellence across our platforms.
Total Quantity or Scope
Social media plays an integral part in the campaign, delivering daily interactions with our young audiences, promoting our key campaign messages, featuring user generated content and leveraging our presence to showcase content from universities across the UK.
The contract awarded will be between 28.8.2019 and 27.8.2021 with an option for 2 further extensions of up to 12 months.
- 79340000 - Advertising and marketing services
- Bids should cover the whole contract.
- Options are not available.
- Renewals are available.
Suppliers who wish to express an interest and take part in the tender process will be required to register on our e-Tendering portal In-Tend hosted at https://in-tendhost.co.uk/britishcouncil Once registered, bidders must login to the website where they can view the project and access the bidders pack and submit their return. Bidders will also be required to demonstrate their capability and ‘means of proof’ will be required. These conditions are outlined in the ITT.
- OJEU 305907-2019