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Hindustan Insecticides Ltd scouts for ad agencies

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Hindustan Insecticides Ltd scouts for ad agencies

Hindustan Insecticides Ltd (HIL), New Delhi, under the Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers, has invited ad agencies to pitch for a five-year empanelment contract, according to reliable sources.

Sources also informed that maximum of two or three agencies would be empanelled and they would be responsible for designing, conceptualising and media management, including release of advertisements in outdoor, print, etc.

To be eligible for empanelment, the applicant agencies should have continuous and regular INS (Indian Newspaper Society) accreditation for at least past two years and it should be valid as on date of advertisement of the empanelment.

Along with the experience of working with public sector units, the applicant agencies are also required to have their offices in at least three different states of India out of Delhi, Maharashtra, Kerala, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu.

Interested agencies may submit the forms at HIL office, Lodhi Road, New Delhi. Last date for submission is March 24, 2011.



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