Advertising in IT Park - Bagmane World Technology Centre
Flat 20% Off
Flat 20% Off
**18% GST is applicable on the above rates
**The above prices are inclusive of printing and mounting charges.
How Does Tech Park Advertising in Bangalore Work?
Choose the Media Option.
Choose the Dimension of the Media Option.
Confirm the Number of Media Options to be taken.
Ensure that the minimum billing is met by choosing the number of units.
Email the selected details to help@TheMediaAnt.com or Create Package online at The Media Ant.
Design the artwork in Ai or CDR Format. Follow the guidelines in the FAQ section.
Upon confirmation of availability from our end, you need to submit the artwork and make the payment.
The proof of execution in the form of images will be shared once the campaign is done.
How do I know my ad has been placed?
Once the campaign is live, the execution pictures will be shared within 2 working days.
In case you need any help with planning, please write to help@TheMediaAnt.com
Facts and Figures
Who should advertise in Tech Parks?
Brands in the following categories:
2. Transport or Ride Sharing
7. Financial Services
Audience Profile for Advertising in Bagmane World Technology Centre, Bangalore
The audience an advertiser can reach out to through an IT Park are:
Within an Age Group of 25 to 50 years.
Have an annual income between 5 to 10 lakhs.
The audience of ads in IT Parks are mostly professionals working within the offices, other visitors and expats.
List of Companies
Click hereto see the list of companies in Bagmane World Technology Centre.
About IT Park Advertising
IT Parks in Bangalore help advertisers converse with a set of people with common elements like occupation, income, lifestyle and field or industry. These office goers have a relatively higher purchasing power and are brand conscious customers.
The advertising spaces within the offices of Tech Parks are considered to be prime spots for advertisers as employees and visitors to the offices spend most of the time in elevators, food courts and waiting areas like coffee houses, bus stops, lobby.
About Bangalore City
Bangalore is India's third most populous city and there are a number of expats from across the world living in the city. Numerous public sector heavy industries, software companies, aerospace, telecommunications, and defence organizations are located in the city. Bangalore is known as the Silicon Valley of India because of its position as the nation's leading IT exporter. A demographically diverse city, Bangalore is a major economic and cultural hub and the fastest growing major metropolis in India.
About The Media Ant – IT Parks Advertising Agency
We are India’s first IT Parks ad agency that provides discounted cost without asking any question or forcing you to sign up. As a leading Tech Parks Advertising agency we offer the best rates to our clients. We keep total cost down and provide you with very competitive rates. You can mail us on Help@TheMediaAnt.com or call us at 080674 15510 to know more about placing ads in Tech Parks in Bangalore and other cities.
What are the guidelines advertisers should follow while making the artwork?
1. The resolution of image for printing should be of 250-300 Pixels.
2. The file format can be Ai or CDR.
3. The colour format required is CMYK
4. Only for a 3 x 5 ft and 3 x 6 ft artwork size we need a bleed of one inch on all side. Other sizes do not require any bleed space.
What will be the location of the Activation?
Mostly nearby common Food court area but final location depends upon the approval by the IT Park authorities.
Can the Kiosk be kept by the Advertisers after the activity?
Yes, the advertisers can keep the Kiosk after the activity.
Are Real Estate Brands allowed to advertise in this IT Park ?
No, Real Estate brands are not allowed to advertise in this IT Park.
What is non traditional advertising?
While there are many definitions the most acceptable one is based on revenue model.
Advertising in medium whose majority revenue does not come through advertising is called Non Traditional medium. For e.g. Major revenue for public transport buses come from ticketing but these buses also make some money by carrying ads.