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IPL scouts for a media agency

27-February-2017
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IPL scouts for a media agency

The Indian Premier League is looking to appoint a media agency and has initiated requested for proposals (RFPs) for the same. The media agency which will be appointed for the period of IPL seasons 2017 and 2018, the BCCI exercises its right to renew the Services Agreement, in respect of the 2019 Season as well.

2nd March 2017 is the date agencies are expected to submit their proposal and make a presentation to the BCCI thereafter. Some of the requisites to participate in the tender process include an extensive and relevant experience in providing similar services, significant experience of dealing with TV, print and OOH advertising partners pan-India and a global and national presence. 

Any agency looking to participate must also have an annual turnover which exceeds Rs 30 crore (most recent audit)

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