Federal Election Campaign Pitch
ACCI (Australian Chamber of Commerce & Industry) is seeking agencies to pitch for its Federal Election campaign.
The brief will be to create a campaign across multiple platforms that will enable small and medium businesses to have their say ahead of the next federal election and to ensure whoever is elected has the best interest of small business at the heart of their policies.
The pitch process will be managed by Chamber of Commerce & Industry Queensland (CCIQ).
CCIQ CEO Stephen Tait said, “The next federal election will be a critical time for Australia’s small and medium businesses and it is essential that we help tell their story."
"We are looking for an agency that is creative, visionary and understands small and medium business.
“A key success factor in the pitch process will be how an agency demonstrates its understanding, empathy, and appreciation of SMEs across Australia and brings a campaign to life across all available channels.”
Expressions of interest and credentials are to be provided by COB on Friday 14 September.
Three agencies will be selected and asked to pitch by Mid-October with a decision made by the end of October.
A $10,000 fee will be paid to each agency to cover costs, time and resources required to pitch.
Agencies are requested to contact James Flaherty at CCIQ for further details.
07 3842 2251