The public body, which is responsible for marketing Britain worldwide, says it is looking to update a number of sites, which make up its ‘digital ecosystem’.
Visit Britain says the redesign is in response to ‘increasing demands for disruptive websites, social media integration and the evolution of content delivery’.
The organisation is looking for web design and content management groups to develop the new sites, which will be in line with the Government Digital Service design principles.
It is looking for between five and 12 consultancies to tender for the three-year contract, which is worth £800 000-£1million.
The deadline for receipt of tenders or requests to participate is 9 September. For more information and to apply, visit ted.europa.eu.