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BSNL opens ad pitch for Rajasthan circle

13-April-2011
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BSNL opens ad pitch for Rajasthan circle

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL), Rajasthan telecom circle, Jaipur has invited advertising agencies for a two-year empanelment.

The empanelled agencies will be responsible for designing, conceptualising and media management, including release of advertisements in outdoor, print, TV, radio, etc., according to reliable sources. Sources also divulged that a maximum of four agencies would be empanelled and the duration of empanelment could be extended for a further period of one year.

Eligibility criteria also requires the interested agencies to have a fully operational office at Jaipur, while flexibility is expected in case of setting up a minimum of two other offices in any two telecom district headquarters of BSNL Rajasthan circle to support timely service of marketing and publicity activities.

The applicant agencies are also expected to have continuous and regular INS (Indian Newspaper Society) accreditation for the last two years.

Application forms are available at Door Sanchar Bhawan, Jaipur.

 

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