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[Video] Vietnam Young Spikes Call For Registration

The Vietnam Young Spikes Competition is the pre-selection competition for teams of young professionals to represent Vietnam and compete at a regional level, at Spikes Asia - the most prestigious Festival of Creativity in Asia-Pacific that annually takes place in September in Singapore.

The 2015 competition offers two categories: Integrated and Digital, giving teams across the country the chance to compete against each other and showcase their creative talent in an exciting 48-hour challenge. This year is also open to students so that the pool of talent will be broadened. This creates more chances for anyone who believes that she has such creativity to join the competition.

Winning a Vietnam Young Spikes Competition is a one-of-a-kind rewarding experience that can hugely leap your career. You're competing against the most talented young professionals across the country and making your way to impress the most respected Jury Panel ever since, made up of top creative leaders

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