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Join the Naked bootcamp in Brazil for the World Cup

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12:30 PM | 15 May 2014
by Jim Compton-hall
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An incredible opportunity to take part in a creative bootcamp that involves partying with creatives from all over the world whilst solving real business problems.

This has got to be one of the best opportunities we've heard of.

Get free bed and breakfast accommodation, while attending a creative communications bootcamp, meeting and partying with creative people from all over the world, solving real business problems, with a great agency, in Brazil, and during the World Cup.

Run by Naked Lá na Vila, this really is a once in a life time opportunity that is not to be missed. Bootcamp Hostel Skol Lá na Vila will offer you free bed and breakfast accommodation. Whilst there, you'll be given briefings to solve real business problems and present your ideas. The goal is to create a different bootcamp for young communicators in a hostel located in the most inspiring and creative neighbourhood of the city of São Paulo.

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