Tests of Character

Discover yourself by taking our quizzes

How would you sell products during a game?

If you sponsored cricket, what sort of innovations would you come up with?

1. What products best associate themselves with cricket?

2. What break in the game is the best time for an ad?

3. How will you make your product resonate with the cricket fan?

4. What's your opinion of the IPL's strategic break?

5. What do you think when after a defeat players are criticised for spending time shooting advertisements?

6. What's your sales mantra?

7. What's your favourite cricket mantra?

8. What do you think of the practice of batsmen displaying their bat sponsor logos after reaching milestones?

9. What do you think of commentators using "Citi Moment of Success" and "DLF Maximum" during IPL matches?

10. If you could build your ad around an incident from cricket history, what would you pick?

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    Sidharth Monga: The philosophies of India's two captains could not be more different. That makes for a tricky situation, which the administrators must handle well
  • The talented Mr Trumper
    A century after his death, remembering Victor Trumper: the batsman who was possibly better than the Don on pitches scarred by the elements. By Ashley Mallett
  • The art of the inevitable
    TCM June issue
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