World Cups India: ICC launches merchandise partner tender process

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has launched the tender process for the appointment of both a Host Country Merchandise Licensing Partner and an Online Merchandise Licensing Partner for the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021 and the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023.

Both events will be hosted in India.

The ICC has invited interested and qualified applicants to deliver a ‘turnkey’ solution to offer fans in India and around the world to purchase official ICC event branded products in the lead up to and during the events.

The Host Country Merchandising Licensing Partner will design, develop and implement a merchandise licensing programme for the Host Country.

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The Online Merchandise Licensing programme will feature a far-reaching global online retail presence for a wide range of event branded licensed products, that specifically promote cricket and, or the ICC Events. Interested applicants must be experienced in online retail service providers.

CLICK HERE for further details on the tender process and requirements.

Expressions of interest are sought only from organisations who have the appropriate logistical and infrastructure competence, resources, and financial capability to deliver the programme to a world-class standard. The ICC will begin issuing the tender documentation on Monday 5 October 2020.

Interested parties can obtain the RFP documents by October 5. The last date for submission of the interest will October 28. The Applicants will have to furnish their proposals to the ICC during virtual meetings to be called from November 2 to 5.

The ICC will shortlist the applicants on November 19 and the successful bidder will be named on December 10.

The ICC has reserved the right to amend the above dates at its sole discretion at any time during the tender procedure without assigning any reason.

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