Central Railway is looking to empanel experienced advertising agencies to handle the organisation’s creative duties, according to reliable sources.
It has come to exchange4media’s knowledge that agencies that have their offices with necessary infrastructure in Mumbai, Bhusaval, Nagpur, Pune and Solapur are eligible to take part in the pitch process.
The agencies are expected to produce interesting creative artworks and tender notices in different languages to attract eyeballs. The creatives will revolve around the passengers/ rail users to keep the trains, platforms and railway premises clean and other such basic civic sense.
Interested advertising agencies can contact Central Railway’s Mumbai Headquarters for further details.
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