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  • Google India’s summer camp encourages family time
  • Google India’s summer camp encourages family time
    Laercio Cavalcanti (2018) ©
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Google India’s summer camp encourages family time

People often worry that technology will disrupt their personal relationships, but Google India is proving that this does not necessarily have to be the case. The brand is investing in family time by running an interactive summer camp that encourages parents to learn alongside their kids.

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