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ITPO invites bids for outdoor locations at Delhi’s Pragati Maidan

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ITPO invites bids for outdoor locations at Delhi’s Pragati Maidan

The India Trade Promotion Organisation (ITPO) has invited bids from agencies for licensing out sole ad rights for outdoor ad space at various locations in Delhi’s Pragati Maidan area. The rights are being offered for 39 ad sites for a period of eight months, commencing from November 1, 2010.

To be eligible for the contract, interested agencies should be accredited to the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) and should be empanelled with the Government of Delhi. The agencies should have an experience of at least three years in the same field. Relevant documents to this effect will have to be submitted along with the bid.

The earnest money deposit (EMD) required for this tender is equivalent to 25 per cent of the bid amount and this has to be deposited along with the bid through a bank draft drawn in favour of ITPO, New Delhi.

Tender documents costing Rs 1,000 can be obtained from the office of AK Srihan, Senior Manager (EMD), ITPO, Pragati Bhavan, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, on all working days till October 10, 2010, between 11 am and 4 pm. The documents can also be downloaded from the website.


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