by Vaibhav Kumar Pragyan Institute of Education

We all know that Tender Notices are one of the most popular types of newspaper adverts. You might have come across innumerable Tender Notices inviting bids for one project or the other. They are meant to call in businesses dealing in a particular material or service to have a B2B or Business to Business deal. A Public or Private sector organization calls in bids for varied projects and then zeroes down on the suppliers with minimum or reasonable bids. Usually such contracts are for months or years and involve huge amounts of money.

Newspapers are one of the best medium to post such ad posts. Printed news journals have been providing ad space for such posts for decades. Plus, organizations also do not shy away from putting up a Tender Notice in leading national newspapers, regional dailies, community or regional news broadsheets, etc. They choose newspapers because news chronicles are circulated in the remotest parts of the country. They have good penetration in the far-flung areas of the country as well where internet has still not been able to make its mark. Diverse population with varied cultural background, spoken language, ethnicity, etc. lay hands on news journals as per their taste and preferences. Hence, we can say that there is a room for every newspaper in one part of the country to another.

Consequently, newspaper notices never get unnoticed! One of the popular news chronicles that is a leading national daily is The Times of India.  Tender Notice Ad in Newspaper can be published in The Times of India that takes your notice to a large population group. You get access to a large pool of people. This is true for all the editions of the newspaper. Times of India Tender Notice Ads will help you connect with suppliers from across a region, as the newspaper is one of the most sought after newspapers.

For instance, if you are operating in the Financial Capital of the country and want to call in bids you can go for newspaper advertising in Mumbai without giving a second thought. Such a move will help you call in bids from varied suppliers operating at large as well as small scale with different rates. Hence, you will get to choose from a large pool of shortlisted partners.

So, without thinking any further go and book advert space in The Times of India and publish your Tender Notice today itself!

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