March 27, 2024

TV Documentary Production: Call for Tenders – Deadline Extended


Title of the contract – Production of a TV documentary to raise awareness on retail investors’ impact through investments
Internal reference No. 2DII/2024/OP/01/TV Documentary
Type of procedure – Public invitation to tender

BUDGET: 90K€ (VAT included)

Dear Sir/Madam,

We intend to award the work described in the enclosed procurement documents.

Prospective tenderers shall declare their interest by 20th 29th of March 2024, 23h59 (Paris time) via email.

Registered tenderers shall submit their tender by 28th of March 8th of April 2024, 23h59 (Paris time) either in English or in French via email.

Details of the submission requirements are explained in the enclosed Part B – Request for Tenders – Extended deadline document. Due to the extended deadline, those sections amended have been highlighted in yellow. A summary of Part B – Request for Tenders – Extended deadline is provided to facilitate your reading of the most relevant aspects of this tender.

Please note that this is a public invitation to tender so there will be no negotiations.

Please note that when you submit a tender, the tender is binding until the expiry of the deadline. The contract will come into force upon notification of its award within the deadline.

The documents comprising the tender, presented in paragraph 4.4 of Part B – Request for Tenders, are to be submitted in their entirety.

Planned schedule for the rest of the procurement procedure is presented in the cover page of the Part B – Request for Tenders.

Yours sincerely,

Asso 2 Degrees Investing Initiative

Enclosed documents to the invitation to tender:

PART B – REQUEST FOR TENDER – Extended deadline

PART B – SUMMARY of the REQUEST FOR TENDER – Extended deadline


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