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Telenor Youth Forum open for entries in India

Friday 12 August 2016 | 11:12 CET | News
Telenor Youth Forum, Telenor's global empowerment initiative that aims to connect young opinion leaders around digital transformation of society, is now open for entries in India. Talented youth living in India can now apply for the annual Telenor Youth Forum (TYF).

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Companies: Telenor
Countries: India
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