LOCOG seeks PR and PA agency for 2012 Olympic Games

The London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games (LOCOG) has started the process of seeking PR agency support in the run up to the 2012 Games.

2012 Olympics: seeking PR support
2012 Olympics: seeking PR support

The winning agency will work with LOCOG's communications team to provide PR and public affairs support from 2010 to September 2012.
LOCOG director of communications and public affairs Jackie Brock-Doyle said: 'We have a clear communications strategy in place for the next three years and now is the time to engage agency support to help our teams tell the many extraordinary stories of the London 2012 Olympic Games and Paralympic Games.'
The LOCOG communications team is responsible for communicating all aspects of the staging of the Games, including sport, consumer product launches, culture, education, sustainability and major event support.
The brief includes a full public affairs programme that requires national and local government parliamentary intelligence and monitoring as well as running programmes and events in Scotland, Northern Ireland, Wales and the English regions.
The brief may also include specialist communications support for planning applications, community relations and delivering local media campaigns and events.

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