We are a one-stop agency for the development and management of a diverse portfolio of sports and entertainment properties. Our operating model provides a 360-degree value add for all our stakeholders.
India’s leading Sports and Entertainment Company, IOS is dedicated towards building and managing world-renowned talent, content and infrastructure. The key strength of IOS is a highly experienced, skilled and professional team, united and motivated by their passion for sports and entertainment.
We also have a proven track record of delivering national and international events along with executing in-film branding associations. We are currently working with over 200 brands and manage the likes of some of the best-known names in the field of sports.
Events & operations
We have a proven track record of delivering national and international events and are well positioned to work with sports franchises, sponsors, advertisers, marketers, rights holders, government bodies and venues. We have previous experiences of working in events like the Indian Premier League, Indian Super League, Hockey India League among others.
IOS specialises in Sports Marketing and is one of the leading Sports Marketing Companies in the country. We are dedicated towards building and managing world-class Sports properties and talents, infrastructure and content. We are currently working with over 200 brands in India and outside.
We strategize end-to-end solutions to marketing ideas for various associated brands in the domain of sports. We are dedicated to ensuring clients remain updated of any new opportunities with the organization and resolving client queries regarding the services offered.
This arm of ours involves planning and executing in-film branding associations. we develop integrated campaigns which deliver value to the viewers and commercial impact for the brands. a customized 360-degree marketing plan for the promotion of the film, brand and their association in every project is undertaken through In-film associations and in-book branding.
Vijender Singh is an Indian professional boxer and the current WBO Asia Pacific Super Middleweight Champion and WBO Oriental Super Middleweight Champion. Vijender also holds an Olympic bronze in his kitty from the 2018 Beijing Olympics. Vijender is currently training at the United States under legendary Boxing promoter BOB ARUM AND TOP RANK
MC Mary Kom
Mangte Chungneijang, better known as Mary Kom, has made her name in the boxing world by becoming 5-time world champion and the only Indian female boxer to win an Olympic bronze medal. She is also the first Indian woman boxer to win a Gold Medal in the Asian Games 2014 in Incheon, South Korea. She is also a member of the Rajya Sabha of the Indian Parliament.
On 12 July 2018, teenager Hima Das won the final at the World U-20 Championships 2018 held at Tampere, Finland, clocking 51.46 seconds and becoming the first Indian sprinter to win a gold medal at an international track event. After multiple medals at the Asian Games she was also conferred with the prestigious Arjuna Award by the President of India on 25 September 2018.
Table Tennis Player
Manika began playing Table Tennis at a tender age of 4 years having got inspired from her elder sister who also used to play the game. She won the under-8 state tournament after which she started coaching under Mr Sandeep Gupta, who has been her mentor coach and the backbone of her game since then. Manika currently stands as India’s No.1 paddler and is ranked 58 in the World. She currently plays for the Petroleum Sports Promotion Board (PSPB).
Mirabai started training into Weightlifting as a career in 2007 (at an age 13 years) at Khuman Lampak Sports Complex. For ten years Mirabai underwent intensive training sessions at Anita Chanu’s (a former international weightlifter) weightlifting centre in Luwangsangbam in North Manipur, which is 25 km away from Mirabai’s remote village of Nabakosing. In 2018 Mirabai was conffered with the prestigious Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award.
Manpreet Singh, full name Manpreet Singh Pawar (born 26 June 1992) is an Indian field hockey player and current captain of India men’s national field hockey team since May 2017. He plays as a halfback. He first played for India in 2011 at the age of 19. He represented India at the 2012 Summer Olympics and was named Asia’s Junior Player of the Year in 2014. He was named in the Indian squad for the 2016 Summer Olympics.
Anmolpreet Singh is an Indian cricketer who plays for Mumbai Indians. He is a Right-hand batsman and bowls Right-arm off-break. He has played 2 matches in 2014-15 season of Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy for Punjab and 3 matches in 2015 India Under-19 Tri-Nation tournament. In December 2015 he was named in India’s squad for the 2016 Under-19 Cricket World Cup.
Hailing from Kozikode, Kerala, Jinson Johnson is an Indian middle-distance runner who specialises in the 800 and 1500 metres event. In 2018 Commonwealth Games he finished fifth setting a new national record in the 1500 metres race by breaking 23 year old record of Bahadur Prasad. Later in 2018, he won the gold and a silver medal in men’s 1500m at the Asian Games
Prabhsimran Singh is an Indian U-19 cricketer. He made his List A debut for the India Emerging Team against the Afghanistan Emerging Team in the 2018 ACC Emerging Teams Asia Cup on 7 December 2018. Later the same month, he was bought by the Kings XI Punjab in the player auction for the 2019 Indian Premier League. In 2019 he made his T20 debut for Punjab.
Anjum Moudgil is an Indian shooter born in Chandigarh, Punjab. She is currently ranked World No. 2 in Women’s 10m Air Rifle. Anjum has been a prolific performer for India as she clinched a gold medal in each of the 3 ISSF Shooting World Cup tournaments last year. She is also a Commonwealth Games silver medallist (2018) and a recipient of the prestigious Arjuna Award (2019) for her contribution in Indian shooting.
Gaurav Bidhuri is an amateur Indian boxer born and brought up in Delhi. His breakthrough moment was when he won a bronze medal at the 2017 World Boxing Championship in Hamburg, Germany. He became only the 4th Indian to ever to achieve this feat. He began boxing at the age of 11 and was coached by his father, Dharmendra Bidhuri, who was a national level boxer himself. Gaurav is the first Indian to receive 2 successive contracts at the World Series Boxing in 2015 and 2016 respectively.
Jamuna Boro is a young, Assamese amateur boxer. As a child Jamuna first had an inclination towards Wushu but her coaches suggested her to take up boxing and her talent was further spotted in a national camp at Sports Authority of India (SAI). Jamuna had stellar performances last year in major tournaments like World Boxing Championship and Presidents Cup where she won a bronze and gold medal respectively.
Manju Rani hails from Haryana and is touted as India’s next big boxing superstar. She created history in 2019 by becoming the first Indian woman boxer in the past 18 years to enter the finals of the World Boxing Championships in her maiden appearance. She ended the tournament with a silver medal to her name.
Rally Racing Driver
Garima Avtar is an accomplished woman Rally Racing Driver. She began her journey in Motorsports as a part of the coveted Team Mahindra and has won laurels at the Maruti Suzuki Desert Storm Rally and Raid De Himalayas to name a few. She was a part of the Mercedes Team of professional drivers and more recently she was called as an instructor and driver for a Porsche Test Run hosted by Porsche Centre Gurgaon. She is a working mother, an entrepreneur and recently also accepted the Inspira Honors for being a woman achiever.
Rani Rampal has led the Indian women’s national hockey team by example, both on and off the turf. The 25-year-old’s goal against the USA in 2019 that sealed India’s safe passage to the Tokyo Olympics remains one of the highlights of her career.
Rani was just 15 when she debuted for India in the 2010 Hockey World Cup. She was adjudged the Best Young Player of the Tournament during that event and her stature as a prolific forward and captain has grown ever since.
Rani starred in both the Asian Games 2014 bronze and 2018 silver-winning campaign and has picked up several laurels and accolades over the years. She was part of the 2016 Rio Olympics women’s squad which had qualified after 36 years and was conferred with the Arjuna Award the same year.
The start of the year 2020 was a double joy for the girl from Shahbad, Haryana as she was conferred with the Padma Shri, followed by the World Games Athlete of the Year award.
Rani will be one of the five athletes to receive the prestigious Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award in 2020.
Hailing from a family of traditional javelin throwers, Shivpal was introduced to the sport at a very young age. His grandfather, father Ramasaraya and uncles Jagmohan and Shivpujan have all performed at the national platform. Under the tutelage of Jagmohan, a former national champion, Shivpal started to hone his skills at as a 12-year-old and since then has gone on to establish himself as one of India’s finest javelin throwers. With a personal best of 86.23m, Shivpal has an Asian Athletics Championships silver medal, a CISM Military Games gold medal and a South Asian Games silver medal under his belt.
Motorcycle racer Aishwarya Pissay isn’t your ordinary sportsperson. Her story goes beyond breaking barriers and social taboos as her career has remained synonymous to success, hard work and grit. The 25-year-old is the first and only Indian woman to win a world title in two-wheeler motor sports. She won gold and a silver medal in Women’s and Junior’s events respectively at the FIM Baja Women’s World Cup 2019. She was also conferred with the ‘FMSCI Outstanding Women in Motor Sports’ award the same year. During the journey that started more than five years ago, Aishwarya has scaled to new heights with consistent victories at the National Rally Championship and National Road Racing Championship.