NHS to create £150m advertising and marketing services framework

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by Mark Johnson

The UK’s National Health Service is planning to create a new £150m advertising and marketing services framework.

The contracts are expected to start in July next year and run until 2023, with the option to extend by a further year.

According to the tender listing, it will include working across recruitment, public notices, student attraction, sponsorship of public spaces, as well as “other campaigns required by the public sector.”

The framework is expected to be split into lots.

Agency submissions

Agencies are being asked to submit expressions on interest by 27th September. Successful applicants will be confirmed in February.

The DWP has also announced a major print tender, worth up to £100m.

It stated that it would be seeking companies to provide “bulk print services, managed print and digital solutions.” This will include leaflets, envelopes, Parliamentary papers and direct mail.

It’s expected that the contracts will be awarded in 2020.

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