Email Marketing – Invitation to Tender

Email Marketing – Invitation to Tender

Our current email marketing contract expires at the end of July 2019.

Contract summary

Industry

    • Software package and information systems – 48000000
    • IT services: consulting, software development, Internet and support – 72000000
    • Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security – 79000000

Location of contract

TW9 4DU

Value of contract

Published date

14 May 2019

Closing date

04 June 2019

Contract start date

17 June 2019

Contract end date

31 July 2021

Contract is suitable for SMEs?

Yes

Contract is suitable for VCSEs?

No

 

Description

We send around 12 million marketing emails per year to over 300,000 subscribers, featuring a wide variety of content and targeted at a wide variety of audience and stakeholder groups. Email remains our single most effective way of directly communicating with our customers.
Our main fortnightly email update is sent to around 250,000 subscribers, and contains a mix of content that reflects the public-facing work and services offered by The National Archives. We also send several supplementary mailings to subscribers on top of this update, primarily retail promotions for our online shop and events programme, targeted at subsets of our mailing list. We also distribute a number of specialist campaigns, focused on different areas of our work, to various stakeholder lists.
Our current email marketing contract expires at the end of July 2019, and we are looking for a supplier who will not only deliver this service for us from 1 August 2019, but ensure a seamless transition between services.

 

About the buyer

Address

Kew
Richmond
TW9 4DU
England

Email

procurement@nationalarchives.gov.uk

 

Other information

Attachments

Invitation to Tender

Invitation to Tender – Email Marketing.pdf

 

How to apply

Please apply directly to the buyer using the contact details provided, or follow the instructions given in the notice description or information section.

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