SINGAPORE: The Singapore Economic Development Board has called PR pitches in Singapore, the UK, the US, and Japan.
The appointed agencies will be required to assist the board in enhancing Singapore's position as a global city for business, innovation, and talent. Target audiences include companies that are interested in growing in Asia.
The firms will need to demonstrate strong client-service abilities as well as an in-depth understanding of the media and business-influencer landscape in the respective region, according to the RFPs.
Services will include media monitoring, strategic counsel, media relations, event-platform identification, and engagement of key opinion leaders.
For the pitch in Singapore, the tender has optional services for China and India.
Shortlisted agencies will be required to submit a proposal to answer a challenge posed by the Development Board, which will be shared at a later date.
The contracts will run for 12 months starting April 1 with an optional one-year extension.
The closing date for submissions is set for early February.
This story originally appeared on the website of Campaign Asia-Pacific.