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Call for Proposals Digital Marketing Workshop

Dec 6, 2018

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Call for Proposals

 

Gabriel Dumont Institute Training and Employment Inc is presently accepting proposals from organizations interested in the delivery of a Digital Marketing Workshop.

Gabriel Dumont Institute Training and Employment Inc. has identified high demand from Métis entrepreneurs wanting to receive training on digital marketing platforms to assist in creating, maintaining, or expanding a business.

Targeted participants are Métis entrepreneurs who are seeking to utilize digital media platforms to expand a personal business. Ideal clients will have a website developed for the business, along with an existing social media presence (Facebook, Instagram, etc.). The duration of the workshop will be short term – ideally four days in total. GDI will seek to deliver approximately 4 workshops in the first half of 2019. Current locations include Prince Albert, Saskatoon, Meadow Lake, and Regina. Additional workshops may be requested as needed.

The expected outcomes for this project are:

  • A minimum of 12 Métis entrepreneurs will receive a digital marketing certification upon completion of each workshop

Métis culture and education are inseparable. The proposal shall reflect this.

Gabriel Dumont Institute Training and Employment Inc is under no obligation to accept any of the applications for funding.  Gabriel Dumont Institute Training and Employment Inc reserves the right to sign contribution agreements containing terms and conditions with more than one applicant to deliver these services.

We will be accepting proposals until 4pm on December 19, 2018.

Proposals can be sent to entrepreneurship@gdins.org

Or mailed to:

1003 22nd Street W.
Saskatoon, SK
S7M 0S2
Attention: Entrepreneurship Office

For further information email  entrepreneurship@gdins.org or call 306-657-2234.

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