Instituto Infnet

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Instituto Infnet is an institute of technology founded in 1994, when the Internet was opened to Brazilian companies. It is a reference in the areas more affected by the Internet: Communication, Digital Design, IT (Information Technology) and Business. Instituto Infnet’s alumni amounts to more than 50,000 professionals from main companies in Brazil.

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