Racheal Lee
Jan 7, 2014

Singapore EDB calls PR pitch in several regions

SINGAPORE - Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB) has called PR pitches in Singapore, the United Kingdom, the United States and Japan.

Singapore EDB calls PR pitch in several regions

The appointed agencies should assist EDB in enhancing Singapore’s position as a global city for business, innovation and talent. Target audiences include companies who are interested in growing in Asia.

The agencies should demonstrate strong client-servicing abilities as well as an in-depth understanding of the media and business influencer landscape in the respective region, according to the tenders.

Services include media monitoring, strategic counsel, media relations,event-platform identification and engagement of key opinion leaders.

For the pitch in Singapore, the tender has optional services for China and India.

Shortlisted agencies will be required to submit a proposal to answer a challenge posed by EDB, which will be shared at a later date.

The contracts will be for 12 months from 1 April, with an optional one-year extension.

The closing date for the tenders is early February.

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