The Inner West Council (IWC) in Sydney is seeking expressions of interest (EOI) for the design and development of the council’s corporate visual identity, associated collateral/templates and guidelines.
IWC was formed in May 2016 from the forced merger of the Ashfield, Leichhardt, and Marrickville councils.
Along with the design of its corporate visual identity, IWC’s project remit includes the supply of associated collateral/templates and guidelines.
According to an online tender notice, IWC intends that its request for EOI be the first stage of a two-stage procurement process.
This first stage is to identify and shortlist respondents to this REOI who demonstrate the experience, capability and capacity to best meet council’s requirements. The second stage will be a selective request for quotation (RFQ) open only to shortlisted respondents.
To oversee the entire process of this project and to assess the EOI and RFQs, IWC has established a panel comprising three councillors, two council officers and four members of the community.
Agencies have until Monday 5 November at 2pm (AEST) to submit their EOI.