Indian Government Issues RFP For Start-Ups & Baltimore Issues Marketing RFP To Lessen Drinking

The Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion

Two Unique opportunities for readers of Everything-PR:

The Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP), Ministry of Commerce and Industry for the Government of India is seeking a Public Relations agency to brand India as an investment destination for Start-ups. The objective of the campaign is to generate awareness about the investment opportunities and prospects of the country, Start-up Action Plan and to promote India as a preferred investment destination for new entrepreneurs with innovative business ideas. Development of an interactive website is also planned to be undertaken.

The Ministry seeks to showcase India as a favored investment destination, especially for entrepreneurs bringing about new products and services through innovation and designs. DIPP intends to release its campaign, portraying the strengths of and opportunities in the Indian Start-up ecosystem.  The agency will be responsible to create publicity and promotional material  which will be circulated and distributed to prospective investors, industry and trade associations, other stakeholders in the industry, media, embassies in India and overseas.

Proposals are due by March 30th to:

Director (BE), DIPP

Udyog Bhawan,

New Delhi-110011

Baltimore County Department of Health

And in the United States:

Baltimore County Department of Health (BCDH) is seeking proposals from marketing and advertising agencies to develop a campaign for the County to raise awareness of underage alcohol use and underage and young adult binge drinking and their related consequences.

Services needed includes:

  • Creative concept, writing and design of campaign elements (logos, graphics, advertisements, etc.).
  • Production of printed materials, including logos, graphics, flyers, brochures, infographics, and newspaper advertisements.
  • Distribution – mass mailings to targeted audiences, including responsibility for developing mailing lists.
  • Media  Buys  –  In  house  media  department  equipped  to  research  media  opportunities designed to reach our target audience, negotiate purchase of print and broadcast advertising, invoice and pay for advertising, collect and maintain files of proof of service, such as newspaper and magazine tearsheets, broadcast commercial affidavits, etc.

Proposals are due by April 1 and should be submitted to Christine Carpenter at ccarpenter@baltimorecountymd.gov  

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