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Provision of online platform and project management of Virtual Skill Share (VSS)

UNICEF
Provision of online platform and project management of Virtual Skill Share (VSS) Request for proposal

Reference: RFPS- PFP-2020-201051
Beneficiary country(ies): Multiple destinations (see 'Countries' tab below)
Registration level: Basic
Published on: 03-Feb-2020
Deadline on: 17-Feb-2020 16:00 (GMT 1.00) Brussels, Copenhagen, Madrid, Paris

Description

Purpose:

UNICEF’s Division of Private Fundraising and Partnerships (PFP) has for the past four years been running an annual Skill Share meeting with approximately 800 participants, from more than 80 different countries. The event is hosted in conjunction with the UNICEF Division of Communication (DOC) on behalf of colleagues who engage in work with the private sector from around the world.

Due to the climate crisis and UNICEF’s global mandate to protect the rights of every child, this year in 2020, the decision has been taken to produce the Skill Share meeting online, as a virtual event with a zero-carbon footprint. UNICEF PFP is looking to contract an expert company in the field of online meetings to support in the design, development and delivery of a Virtual Skill Share (VSS).

Objectives:

The objective is to seek proposals from suitable institutional/corporate entities to establish a contract which fully supports the technical requirements, both Information Communication Technology (ICT) and Audio Visual (AV), to deliver on the scope of work proposed mainly,

  • Project management of Virtual Skill Share
  • Hosting the whole event on a dedicated and secure online platform
  • Provide technical and production support to webcast sessions before, during and after the event
  • Production of plenary sessions at the start and end of VSS event from a variety of geographical locations across a range of time zones

Should your company be qualified and interested in this bidding opportunity, please register in the UNICEF-PFP e-tendering system to access the complete RFP package - please follow the registration procedure attached to this notification.


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Bertrand Delabays - bdelabays@unicef.org, Tel: +41 0229095217
Email: bdelabays@unicef.org
First name: Bertrand
Surname: Delabays
Telephone country code: Switzerland (+41)
Telephone number: 0229095217
Telephone extension: 5217
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