As we continue to inspire people to move, our marketing plans for 2023-25 will look a little different.
GreaterSport are seeking a partner to support a set of three boroughs (Salford, Oldham and Stockport) with their specific local marketing requirements.
Each borough will have different needs and challenges and therefore requires specialist, tailored support to fulfil their local objectives which are likely to include: storytelling; brand development; and design/printing support.
Additional capacity may also be requested ad-hoc by other boroughs throughout the year.
For the next two years, we want our colleagues within boroughs, with support of our new partner, to take the lead with the marketing they require and shine a light on and expand the amazing efforts of partners taking place locally to get more people moving.
GreaterSport will continue to provide over-arching marketing and communications support to all Greater Manchester boroughs and, through Greater Manchester Moving, will amplify the efforts of the successful agency and work with them to share their learnings to ensure that all boroughs (and partners nationally) benefit.
To plan and deliver tailored marketing support for Stockport, Salford and Oldham to enable them to achieve a set of co-created objectives which inspire and motivate inactive residents to move more everyday and to lead a more physically active life.
To provide additional guidance and support to further boroughs if smaller requests are submitted throughout the year.
Deadline: 17.00 on Friday 14 April.
Contact: Andrew Lawton (Strategic Lead - Marketing and Communications)
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