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The Department for International Trade (DIT), the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), along with Newable (who is a leading delivery partner of the Department for International Trade in London and the South East) are seeking a third party provider for the delivery of a series of International Facebook Advertising Development Workshops for both new and more experienced exporters.
Inviting quotations from organisations that can satisfy the specification of requirements as set out below.
This activity is being part-funded by the following four European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) projects: South East International Business Growth, Get Exporting 2, Global Growth and Export ASEAN.
A series of 4 (full-day) interactive training workshops providing a special package of support specifically to help businesses to use Facebook advertising to grow internationally. These training events will help those companies with strategic and tactical advice on how to ensure that their business maximises the global opportunities via online advertising.
The Facebook Advertising Development Workshops will expand our existing masterclass subjects and help build our customer’s ability to develop their trade strategy to grow their international business.
These training events will prepare and demystify online advertising for businesses helping them to develop the capabilities to use targeted advertising through Facebook to multiple countries and regions.
For further information, please download the attached request for quotation document. If you think this opportunity will be of interest, please submit your proposal to Rachel Wood at firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm on Tuesday 29th January 2019.