Videographer Requirement – British Tourist Authority
VisitEngland seeks a videographer to deliver the films that tell the stories of 10 personalities.
Videographer – Tourism Superstar Competition
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Location of contract
Value of contract
£25,000 to £50,000
23 February 2021
15 March 2021
Contract start date
29 March 2021
Contract end date
28 March 2024
Contract is suitable for SMEs?
Contract is suitable for VCSEs?
VisitEngland’s Tourism Superstar competition, now in its tenth year and run in partnership with the Mirror newspaper, takes place during English Tourism Week which usually runs in late March/early April.
The competition recognises and celebrates those in the tourism industry who go the extra mile to ensure tourists in England have an amazing and unforgettable visitor experience. Tourism Superstar nominees are passionate about where they work and the destination they live in and consistently set the bar high for the standard of service in England’s tourism industry. Nominations are usually made by Destination Management Organisations, attractions and tourism businesses’ and come from right across England.
The selection panel identifies 10 finalists who participate in the competition and are filmed for the purposes of the public vote, with the vote taking place on the Mirror website. The finalist with the highest number of votes wins the title of Tourism Superstar for that year.
VisitEngland seeks a videographer to deliver the films that tell the stories of 10 personalities who make up the VisitEngland Tourism Superstars finalists, portraying their passion for the job they do as well as their enthusiasm for their place of work and its surrounding area.
The aim of the films is to tell the stories of 10 personalities who make up the VisitEngland Tourism Superstars finalists, portraying their passion for the job they do as well as their enthusiasm for their place of work and its surrounding area.
The goal is that by telling these unique stories and showcasing this passion, Brits will be reminded of the amazing experiences to be had across the country and feel an emotional connection to England as a tourism destination filled with interesting characters worth seeking out.
VisitEngland’s role is to promote domestic tourism and encourage people to take holidays at home, so the visuals need to be inviting, surprising, and inspiring. We also ask that they avoid negative reflections or political comments.
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- Additional text
- The contracting authority considers that this contract may be suitable for economic operators that are small or medium enterprises (SMEs). However, any selection of tenderers will be based solely on the criteria set out for the procurement.
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