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ONGC biz up for grabs

The Mumbai regional office of Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited (ONGC), a ‘Maharatna’ Oil PSU, an Indian corporate with various offices in India and abroad, has invited expressions of interest (EoI) from reputed advertising agencies for empanelment. The empanelled agencies shall be responsible for publicity of the corporation through outdoor, print, electronic and other media platforms. The tenure of the empanelment will be two years.

To be eligible for empanelment, the applicant agencies should be accredited to the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) and should have their registered office with necessary infrastructure in Mumbai. Relevant documents to this effect will have to be submitted along with the offers.

Further, the agencies should have experience in event management and exhibitions. The documentary details of past experience in exhibitions and event management should be furnished along with the offers.

The agencies are required to submit a list of corporate clients and PSU accounts handled during the last three years.

In addition, the agencies should have capabilities for managing special campaigns in print and electronic media. The details of campaigns undertaken during the last two years will have to be submitted along with the offers.

The agencies should have an in-house media buying division.

Interested agencies can submit their offers along with relevant documents in an envelope super scribed with the EOI reference number to the Office- in-Charge Corporate Communications, Room no 138 ,ONGC, Vasudhara Bhavan, Bandra (East), Mumbai - 400 051, latest by November 1, 2010.


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