Research and Planning Fee
WHILE WE APPRECIATE BEING INCLUDED IN THE RFP PROCESS, NOBODY SHOULD WORK FOR FREE.
What we know: Every sweepstakes and contest marketing program features a different ask that requires a tailored response to ensure individual client needs are met.
What we’ve seen: In-spite of our expertise, research time is always required prior to a project being awarded.
Why we do this: In order to provide a comprehensive estimate that covers everything. We offer a research and planning fee.
What it is: Our R&P Fee is designed to cover the time it takes for our staff to thoroughly research the rules and regulations internationally.
What’s included: Our basic charge ensures that clients have a complete overview of the program.
How much then: The basic R&P Fee is $4,900 and up to 5 countries. Additional countries are $300 each.
The good news: Should RAVEN5 be awarded the program, we’ll be happy to deduct the R&P Fee from the invoice schedule.
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INTERNATIONAL SWEEPSTAKES OR CONTEST – LEGALITY REVIEW
Please note: This fee is deducted upon acceptance of a proposal.
We’ll complete an in-depth review into the laws and regulations in each country that you are planning to include. Our review will determine program feasibility, including: determining if proposed program is legal in the requested jurisdictions, translation requirements, registration and bonding requirements, taxation requirements.
INTERNATIONAL SWEEPS & CONTESTS
This fee is deducted upon acceptance of proposal.
- Up to 5 countries (additional countries $300)
- Legal Requirement
- Bonding Requirement
- Registration Requirement
- Website Requirement
- Translation Requirement
Where do I get started?
Please complete our sweepstakes / contest request form with all available information about your upcoming campaign. Our team will review the information and follow up with any remaining questions and/or setup a meeting to discuss further.
Once our team has everything we need, a proposal will be drafted for review and approval, including a budget, a country by country feasibility outline and the list of requirements per country.