Sport England seeks shop for campaign

Sport England, the non-departmental public body in charge of promoting sport, is looking for an agency to help create a campaign to encourage women aged between 18 and 40 to take up sports.

Creative agencies on the Government’s roster have been sent a brief through the Crown Commercial Service. One source said Sport England was proposing to put £5 million behind the campaign. No pitches had taken place at the time of writing.

Last year, Sport England appointed the digital agency Big Picture Interactive to overhaul its website after a competitive pitch.

It does not have an incumbent creative agency, but it worked with Team Saatchi between 2004 and 2006.
A spokeswoman at Sport England declined to comment on the process.

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