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Bids invited for vehicle graphics, standees, banners & signages for CWG 2010

17-May-2010
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Bids invited for vehicle graphics, standees, banners & signages for CWG 2010

The Organising Committee of the Commonwealth Games 2010 has invited bids from OOH agencies for production of vehicle graphics, standees, banners and signages for national sector of the Queen’s Baton Relay 2010. The specified materials will have to be delivered latest by June 5.

The agencies should be empanelled either with DAVP (Directorate of Advertising & Visual Publicity) or MCD (Municipal Corporation of Delhi) in Delhi. The bids will be opened on May 17, 2010 at 1 pm.

The Games will also offer a sponsorship marketing opportunity for the agencies. The interested agencies should submit their request for considering sponsorship opportunities on printing collateral materials for the national sector of the Queen’s Baton Relay 2010 Delhi through cash and/or ‘value in kind’ provision of agreed products and services.

The eligibility criteria specifies that the agencies must have been in the business of providing professional services in the area of production of specified materials for at least the last five years. Relevant documentation in support of the experience claimed will need to be submitted. In addition, the agencies shall be required to submit documents of previous experience of providing indoor/ outdoor venue signage, venue branding services to major clients along with the list of clients.

The agencies should have an annual turnover of at least Rs 1 crore or more in any of the last three financial years from similar businesses. This apart, the agencies should have at least one full-fledged office with necessary infrastructure in the National Capital territory or region. The documentary evidence of complete details of operations in Delhi as well as numbers of years of operation will have to be provided along with the bid.

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