Royal Mail seeks digital consultancies

The Royal Mail is looking to establish new digital marketing and digital communications agency rosters worth up to £11m.

It is seeking to appoint three consultancies to the four-year framework, working on digital, marketing and design projects.

Over four years, the projects are estimated to be worth between £3.7m and £11m.

The framework will include work such as design of websites and microsites, creating campaigns and website copy and creative work for social media campaigns.

It is divided into three lots: full service digital marketing agency services, digital DDA accessibility and usability reviews and digital communications agency services.

The deadline for receipt of tenders or requests to participate is 22 August. For more information visit: ted.europa.eu.

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