Digital Collaborative Impact

Bid Number: 21/15/P
Status: Closed
Close Date: 12/22/2020 5:00 PM
Project Manager:
Pauline Kamiyama
Proposal Submission Information:
See Bid/RFP documents for additional submission details.
City of Santa Fe Purchasing Office 200 Lincoln Ave., Room 122 Santa Fe, NM 87505

The Contractor shall provide the following services for the City:

Advertise, publicize and promote Santa Fe as a Cultural Tourism destination through presentation

and production of the project

Promote attractions and nonprofit performing arts in Santa Fe through the presentation and

production of the digital project

Promote and distribute the project locally, regionally, nationally (and possibly internationally)

throughout the digital realm, leveraging partnering organizations’ websites, social media, online

broadcasting sites, film festivals, advertising competitions, etc.

Promote and market the City by utilizing the City’s Arts and Culture Department logo and credit line

on all online promotional material related to the project

Encourage the cultural development of Santa Fe by maintaining high standards of artistic (and

creative) excellence as demonstrated by the development of original digital programming for

potential use by local and state tourism office

Demonstrate administrative competency through planning, innovation, quality programming and

realistic budgeting


Related Documents:
Addendum ! [419.0 K]
addendum 2 [119.1 K]
addendum 3 [89.2 K]
addendum 4 [38.6 K]
pre-proposal [6.7 MB]

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