28 February 2014 - 10:47am | posted by | 0 comments

English Heritage seeks consultancy to advise on splitting its website into two distinct sites

English Heritage seeks consultancy to advise on splitting its website into two distinct sites English Heritage seeks consultancy to advise on splitting its website

English Heritage has unveiled a tender, valued at between £45,000 and £60,000, for a consultancy to advice on separating its website into two distinct sites.

This comes following government proposals to change the way to English Heritage delivers its responsibilities.

Agencies have until Monday 3 March to tender, with the contract expected to last for 20 days.

This comes shortly after English Heritage appointed Bray Leino to handle direct marketing.

UPDATED: The English Heritage has told The Drum that it are looking for a consultancy to advise on website separation, not an agency to split the site. The article had been updated to reflect this.

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