Tender Opportunity: Media, Communications and Public Relations
Disability Sport Wales are tendering our Media, Communications and Public Relations contract, and invite expressions of interest from individuals, companies or organisations interested in working with us.
Author: Fiona Reid
Published:1111th October 2022
Disability Sport Wales are tendering our Media, Communications and Public Relations contract, and invite expressions of interest from individuals, companies or organisations interested in working alongside us to support and lead our:
relationships with the media and results in an equal approach to the communication of success and high achievement for individuals and organisations within disability sport
profile and promotion of opportunities and activities through social, and other print and visual media which mean DSW and its partners are presented to new and existing networks
skills and experience of working with the media resulting confident, capable staff, trustees and athletes regardless of the circumstances.
Please see the below tender document for further detail about the contract, requirement for services and process for submitting an expression of interest.
Disability Sport Wales is able to influence, include and inspire in sport with the support of our fantastic partners.
SPAR UK (AF Blakemore Ltd.)
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