Racheal Lee
Jan 15, 2014

Science Centre Singapore looks for media agency

SINGAPORE - Science Centre Singapore is looking for a media agency to handle the booking of advertisements for four attractions: Science Centre, Omni-Theatre, Snow City and the new Kids STOP.

Science Centre Singapore looks for media agency

According to a tender released yesterday, the contract is for two years, beginning 1 April to 31 March, 2016. It has an option for an additional year until 31 March, 2017. The total estimated value of the contract is about S$700,000 (US$552,000) a year.

The responsibilities of the appointed agency are to craft a media-buying strategy for the attractions and to provide advice on various platforms' effectiveness and return on investment.

A mandatory briefing will be held this Friday for all interested agencies. The tender closes 7 February.

 

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