The British Council is seeking a short-term consultant to undertake a needs-analysis of what is required to develop and internationalise the Ukrainian publishing sector, and develop a Strategy on how to best use UK-sector expertise to do this.
Based in UK: Location negotiable
- Oct 2019 - Jan 2020
Data collection and analysis (including travel to Ukraine if necessary)
- Mar 2020
Deliver Executive Summary, research materials, and Strategy documents
The British Councils wishes to engage a Consultant to:
a) Conduct research into Ukraine’s trade publishing sector, scoping opportunities for internationalisation, including a detailed needs-analysis of publishers.
b) Devise a 3-year strategy (in the form of a written report) recommending ways that UK-sector expertise can be used to enable Ukrainian publishers to build international trade links and thrive in a global environment.
The deadline for submission of proposals is 20 September 2019. Please read the full Role Description and Research Consultancy Terms of Reference before applying.
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