Radio Dante 1st July 2020 in Spa and Eng – Organising events and coronavirus

Organising events requires three basic things: contacts, a financial mattress, and pump-proof slaughter capacity.  Although the pandemic has radically changed this world, big companies expect everything to be what it was. Radio Dante has had the pleasure of speaking for this show with Javier García, account coordinator of the Tourism Department in Globally, and Estefanía García de la Torre, who has been part of Fever for years, the social platform of plans and events that is expanding at an incredible speed, and now currently marketing technician ABC daily. Enjoy it! Presented by Belén Parras Orejón. Interviews with Javier García, account coordinator of the Tourism Department in Globally, and Estefanía García de la Torre


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