Invitation to tender for World Book Night evaluation

18 March 2015

The Reading Agency invites tenders for a qualitative evaluation of World Book Night 2015. The evaluation will investigate whether receiving a World Book Night book has impacted on the reading habits of recipients who do not usually read for pleasure. This invitation to tender sets out the background and requirements for the project and details of the tendering process.

Responses to the invitation to tender should be submitted to Laura Venning by 5.00pm on Friday 20 March 2015. The project will be commissioned and commence by 6 April 2015.

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