Zeven signs deal with International Cricket Council Bengaluru: Indian sportswear brand Zeven, jointly owned by tennis star Mahesh Bhupathi and former Nike country head Hemachandra Javeri, has snapped up the rights for International Cricket Council (ICC) merchandise in 23 markets, including India, making it the biggest multi-geography bet on cricketing gear till date. The four-year contract gives Zeven exclusive licence rights to apparel, accessories and select footwear, including replicas and lifestyle ranges of ICC.
Numero Uno sponsors International Cricket Council MUMBAI: India’s leading denim brand Numero Uno Jeanswear has collaborated with the International Cricket Council (ICC) as the official clothing supplier manufacturer and retailer of ICC branded apparel and merchandise from February 2016 through to December 2020.
MRF Limited signs deal with International Cricket Council The announcement was made at the MRF Tyres headquarters in Chennai at a function attended by ICC Chief Executive, David Richardson, MRF Tyres's Chairman and Managing Director, K M Mammen, former India captain and MRF brand ambassador, Sachin Tendulkar, and other officials.
Oppo signs deal with International Cricket Council Launched in China in 2004, OPPO has already established itself as one of the world’s leading electronic and technology service providers The International Cricket Council (ICC) has announced an exciting new global partnership with OPPO, one of the world’s leading mobile telephone device companies, on a four-year deal which runs from 2016 until 2020.