Airport Advertising Upgrade Project EOI

Published on Thursday, 10 February 2022 at 8:50:20 AM

The Kalgoorlie-Boulder Airport is calling for expressions of interest from local businesses of the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder offering content creation and graphic design as part of the Airport Terminal Advertising portfolio.

Kalgoorlie-Boulder Airport is experiencing a high level of passenger demand with an average monthly passenger numbers of 24,500 and yearly targets on track for 310,000 with a terminal advertising portfolio retains over 40 advertising contracts. As part of the revitalization to the terminal, Kalgoorlie-Boulder Airport has recognised the dynamic impact digital advertising can have on target audience reach, and as such is pleased to announce two models of Samsung LED commercial sized screens that are set to be installed by April 2022 with opportunities for further development.

The Airport is seeking a preferred supplier who can assist current and future terminal advertising clients with an optional content creation service as part of the terminal advertising package. Creativity, timeliness, and professionalism is a must. Businesses must have an understanding of digital advertising in static and moving format and must offer a variety of content creation options to suit all budgets.

As the preferred supplier, your business will be recommended to advertising clients for content creation. Clients can liaise directly with your business to achieve their desired creative outcome which will then be displayed within the terminal. Your business must have the ability to work in an efficient timeframe to ensure our stakeholders are able to commence advertising by their desired date. Your business must also have the capability to update content when necessary.

Any local business interested in becoming the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Airport recommended advertising creative content supplier is encouraged to submit their expression of interest to the City by emailing mailbag@ckb.wa.gov.au or by mail to PO Box 2042, Boulder WA 6432. 

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