TenderSpace brings in Yellow Jersey

TenderSpace, a website that allows anyone involved in the construction industry to find resources for projects, has retained Yellow Jersey to manage a media relations brief following its recent launch.

The web-based business, which launched two weeks ago, allows property developers to find materials and workers and it enables tradespeople and suppliers to pitch for contracts. It aims to improve communications in the industry, with a view to creating “greater choice, efficiency and transparency” at the point of tendering for work.

Yellow Jersey will drive a corporate media relations campaign for the site. Anne Sampson, Harriet Jackson and Alistair de Kare-Silver are running the brief.

Dominic Barretto, Yellow Jersey MD, said: “We are delighted to have been appointed by TenderSpace, to assist in boosting its profile among the property and construction sectors. This is an extremely intuitive platform which has potential. The Company’s launch has been well received by the press and we look forward to building up its profile across both the business, property and construction media channels.”

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