We are looking to pair these professionals with companies in need of their services today.
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) March 27, 2008
Companies draft RFPs regularly, so one would think that finding an RFP online would be a simple task. After countless hours searching the web for current RFPs, frustrated from the apparent lack of forums for posting such items, leaves one question: where have all the RFPs gone? NuIdeaExchange.com has surfaced as the missing link and provides the answer. This Web site is designed to get RFPs noticed, helping businesses generate responses from top talent from around the globe.
NuIdeaExchange.com, recently launched March 4, 2008, is seeking to build their RFP database, which will in turn benefit all parties involved. This groundbreaking Web site is the perfect marriage between creatives and companies seeking to have their needs met by marketing, advertising, and public relations professionals.
Through the easy-to-navigate Web site, companies can submit their request for proposals in the categories of marketing, public relations, and advertising, and then review and choose from a volume of submissions. Conversely, media, account planning and strategy, creative, production, or technology specialists can submit ideas to companies seeking help.
"There is already an abundance of creative types visiting the Web site, just waiting to offer their services," says Dave Evans, President. "We are looking to pair these professionals with companies in need of their services today."
NuIdeaExchange.com, launched March 4, 2008, is the groundbreaking source for the birth of ideas and the center of solutions for the interactive marketing community.
NuIdeaExchange.com provides a place for marketers to sell their ideas, offers a place for companies to buy great ideas, while giving the public access to share their opinions and ideas as well.
Danielle Gunnels or Jarrod Holland
Holland & Holland Public Relations