By The Nation
The programme in cooperation with the Thai Webmaster Association (TWA) and the Faculty of Communication Arts, Panyapiwat Institute of Management.
The boot camp aims to inspire the new generation of bloggers to search for their own uniqueness and tell quality stories through printed words. It’s also an opportunity for the seniors to share their knowledge and purpose with aspiring bloggers, the company said.
Bloggers Bootcamp by CP ALL is accepting applications from people aged 18 and over who have written a personal blog or page for at least six months.
Information can be submitted via http://bloggersbootcamp.cpall.co.th/ and facebook.com/bloggersbootcamp until March 20.
Names of selected participants will be announced on April 4. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.