Call For Proposals – Research on CCI 2018, Armenia
SMEDA seeks to contract a national company to conduct a more comprehensive economic study on the situation of the CCI in Armenia.
The analysis should be based on a comprehensive stakeholder analysis and map (see annexed excel workbook “Stakeholder map”) for Yerevan, for Gyumri (Shirak marz) and Vanadzor (Lori marz). The mapping should be developed by inviting to participatory workshops per region for members of the CCI and approving or complementing the pre-study with their input.
Additional Information on assignment may be obtained in the attached TOR.
The selection process is competitive and will be done based on the submitted financial and technical offers. For details please see attached Call for Proposals document.
All interested companies may apply by sending their applications (financial, technical offers using 2 envelopes procedure) to GIZ Office according to the procedure described in attached Call for Proposals by March 29th, 2018. The evaluation of technical offers will be done based on the attached Assessment grid.
SMEDA is co-funded by the European Union and the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and implemented by GIZ Private Sector Development in South Caucasus Programme. SMEDA is part of the EU4Business initiative of the European Union.
The SMEDA-Project focuses on strengthening the business and investment climate in Armenia and focuses in particular on small and medium enterprises (SME). One of the most promising economic sectors in Armenia is the Cultural and Creative Industries (CCI) based on a rich cultural heritage, a highly knowledge-based society and lacking opportunities in other economic sectors.