Two British universities have unveiled new branding and design opportunities and are seeking consultancies.
Leeds Beckett University is looking to appoint consultancies to a Creative Agencies roster, which will cover branding, design and digital work.
The five-year contract will cover brand development, through-the-line campaigns and digital activity, as well as individual campaign work and microsite development.
The University of Hull is also looking to appoint design consultancies. The institute is looking for groups to work on publication design as part of a wider Marketing Services roster, which will run for four years.
The deadline for receipt of tenders or requests to participate in the Leeds Beckett University project is 24 September. More information can be found at ted.europa.eu.
The deadline for the University of Hull tender is 25 September. More information can be found at ted.europa.eu.
A number of UK universities have rebranded in the past few months, including London Metropolitan University, which has a new identity from Turnbull Grey, and the University for the Creative Arts, which was rebranded by Spin.
Loughborough University, which introduced a new identity developed by Campbell Rowley and an in-house team, halted the rollout of its new logo after an online petition was set up in opposition to it.