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Indian Super League Side Mumbai City CEO Says Sponsorship Is Up 50%

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 11 / 17 / 17

Ahead of the fourth edition of the Indian Super League, Mumbai City "has upped the ante on its marketing and sponsorship," according to Shekhar Pundir of INDIAN TELEVISION. Mumbai City CEO Indranil Das Blah said, "Sponsorship has been significantly better than the last three seasons. We sold ou...

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