There’s only 10 days left before the official launch of nonprofitbids.com, a new site that connects arts organizations with service providers for short-term and long-term projects.
Currently set to go live on Monday, March 16, the site is now accepting pre-launch RFP submissions directly.
When you submit an RFP (it’s free!), you’ll expand your reach and connect with providers that regularly work with arts organizations on projects ranging from grant writing to web design to digital marketing.
The site is officially open for pre-launch business so you can get a taste of what’s in store. And yes, the site needs your RFPs. One of the benefits related to a pre-launch submission is the nonprofitbids.com staff will handle all the data entry for you. All you need to do is upload a copy of the bid and indicate which category it belongs.
Listing your project is risk-free so submit your RFP here: https://nonprofitbids.com
I haven’t forgotten about the providers…
It takes two to tango and we’ll need providers to connect with all these nonprofits. “Providers” include everything from big budget agencies and firms through single practitioners. You can sign up for pre-launch information and a notification when the site becomes open for registration.
As an incentive: the first 50 subscribers get a special 50% discount. Why? Because discounts are awesome…and early birds deserve something besides worms.
Signing up for the launch list means you have the best possible chance at being in the first 50.
Sign up at https://nonprofitbids.com