Request for Quotation – Brand and Website Development – Liverpool

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Expression of Interest closing date 20170904

Request for Quotation – Brand and Website Development – Liverpool

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Background:  FDisruptors is an online platform delivering mobile led careers and learning into schools and Universities across the UK

Our Mission: To create a world where the skills, career choices and life aspirations of girls and women are equally matched to the opportunities available to them across every global sector starting with Tech.

Our Success so far: Building on the success of our recent pilot programme where we took 11 girls aged 13-17 through a four month training programme we are now looking to build our online platform which will deliver – Careers Intelligence/Recruitment and Apprentice Opportunities/Training and personal development.

Requirement:  Development of online platform for FDisruptors and full brand redesign.

The FDisruptors platform will be a content, training and recruitment platform that will deliver careers intelligence, job and apprentice opportunities and personal development for young women aged 14-24. This part of the project will deliver a full content driven website presenting content relating to tech roles across multiple sectors and topics related to personal development and support.

Must be able to support:
– Video
– Audio
– Downloadable resources and training

Content will cover:

– Careers Intelligence
– Support Content
– Training & Development
– Recruitment/Job Opportunities

We are looking for a full re-brand for FDisruptors which will need to incorporate: –

– Font
– Brand Palette
– Marketing Literature
– Online campaigns
– Brand Guidelines

Deliverable Timescale Approx 6 weeks – completion October 2017

Indicative Budget £10,000

Proposal Format:  Proposals should clearly demonstrate how they meet the requirement set out above.

Deadline and Submission Proposals are required by 4 th September 2017 either electronically or by post/in person to Debbie Edwards, CEO,

Date Published 21st August 2017

This work is part funded though the European Regional Development Fund.