Full Service Marketing Agency for Communications

Full Service Marketing Agency for Communications

Delivery Notes Anglia Ruskin is looking to procure a full-service marketing agency to create a communications strategy, a brand, marketing material and a website for the KEEP+ project.

T15/14_KEEP+ Creative and Website

Anglia Ruskin University

Contract summary


Construction and Real Estate, Printing and Publishing

Location of contract


Value of contract (£)


Published date

22 December 2015

Closing date

19 January 2016

Contract start date

29 February 2016

Contract end date

29 July 2016


Please find attached documents relating to the tender for KEEP+ Creative and Website Please note the closing date for your PQQ return is 12 noon on 26 January 2016 Tenderers must check that all the documents listed in the contents have been received and are complete in all respects. Documents that must be returned to us completed in full are: 20151221_Tender Response 20151222_Suitability Questionnaire 20151222_Form of Acknowledgement (to be returned by 5th January 2016) 20151222_Sign all forms Tenderers are to note lodgement of large electronic files may take time and as such tenderers must allow sufficient time to fully transmit all files prior to the closing time. Please see paragraph 1.11 of the PQQ document for further information. End date for Contract Finder is for information only

About the buyer

Contact name

Procurement Department


Bishop Hall Lane






0845 196 5933



Other information


Additional information on how to apply for this contract


https://in-tendhost.co.uk/angliaruskinuniversity/ The tender is being conducted electronically using the Anglia Ruskin University eTendering system which can be found at https://in-tendhost.co.uk/angliaruskinuniversity/ . To receive documents, the users must first register and obtain log in details. Existing users should log in to the website and express interest. Delivery Notes Anglia Ruskin is looking to procure a full-service marketing agency to create a communications strategy, a brand, marketing material and a website for the KEEP+ project. In particular: ? A communications strategy that includes key messages and guidance on tone of voice ? A KEEP+ brand, with a look and feel guide, which includes branding guidelines which both internal and external stakeholders can work with. It will need to include fonts and logos. (KEEP+ branding guidelines will need to adhere to ERDF publicity guidelines) ? Style templates for print and digital content (e.g. leaflets, banners, exhibition stands, e-newsletters, conference packs, case study templates, social media, blog, event marketing) ? A designed brochure (8-12 pages) ? Website with: o client logins and password protected areas o events and networking area o online applications functionality o blog functionality To support businesses that engage with us KEEP+ will offer 5 different services / interventions: 1. Knowledge Exchange and Embed Partnerships (KEEPs). These partnerships place a specifically-recruited graduate into an SME. (The Knowledge Base employs the graduate, not the SME). The SME and graduate also benefit from academic support for half a day per week. We expect these projects to last around 12 months. 2. Research and Innovation Collaborations (R&ICs). Research and development support from an academic/research/technical team from the Knowledge Base* (e.g. university) into the business to develop a new product/service. We expect these projects to last around six to 18 months. 3. Capital Grants. These grants are only available to companies that also have a KEEP or R&IC and are designed to enable the SME to purchase equipment needed to develop a new product/service that is linked to a KEEP or R&IC project. 4. Innovation Internships. These internships enable a graduate intern from the Knowledge Base (KB) to assist the development of a new product/service. 5. Innovation Networks. We will run 6 Innovation Network events, which will bring people together and encourage them to collaborate and capitalise on market opportunities created by these societal challenges. These networks will enable SMEs to network with larger corporates, Knowledge Bases and local authorities to find collaborative partnerships that can work together to solve a problem. Is a Recurrent Procurement Type? : No

How to apply

Please apply directly to the buyer using the contact details provided.

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