BMF wins project for Department of Jobs and Small Business

The Australian Government’s Department of Jobs and Small Business has appointed BMF Advertising to a project.

According to the tender website, the contract will run for just over a year, and has been valued at $1.878m.

The contract will run until June next year

It is unclear what the project currently entails.

A spokesperson for the Department of Jobs and Small Business confirmed the news to Mumbrella.

“BMF Advertising was selected through a competitive merit-based Limited Tender process in accordance with the Guidelines on Information and Advertising Campaigns by non-corporate Commonwealth entities, and in consultation with the Australian Government Department of Finance,” the spokesperson said.

BMF’s clients include Aldi, George Weston Foods and Dulux.

One of the agency’s biggest clients, Football Federation Australia, is currently up for pitch.

Over the years, BMF has done a number of creative campaigns for various government departments, including the Department of Health and the Australian Electoral Commission.


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