The Australian Chamber of Commerce & Industry is inviting agencies to pitch to work on its federal election campaign.
The ACCI tender, which is being managed by Chamber of Commerce & Industry Queensland CEO Stephen Tait, calls on agencies to create a campaign to represent small businesses ahead of the next federal election campaign.
“The next federal election will be a critical time for Australia’s small and medium businesses and it is essential that we help tell their story,” said Tait. “We are looking for an agency that is creative, visionary and understands small and medium business.”
“A key success factor in the pitch process will be how an agency demonstrates its understanding, empathy, and appreciation of SMEs across Australia and brings a campaign to life across all available channels,” he said.
The deadline for submissions is Friday 14 September, with a result to be decided by the end of October.
Agencies will be paid a $10.000 fee to pitch.
Interested agencies have been requested to contact James Flaherty at email@example.com.