The Argo mixing system is available in two sizes and can be accessed remotely over the public internet
Whatever the crisis, whenever it hits, good leaders need to act quickly and decisively. In today’s UNESCO Remote Radio Week English panel discussion, radio executives from different parts of the globe discussed what they did when COVID-19 hit their communities and their learnings from this moment that can help others better prepare for future crises.
Tapas San of Mirchi in India, Martin Khafafa of Radio Africa Group in Kenya, Trish Taylor of Primedia Broadcasting in South Africa and Suman Basnet from AMARC in Nepal speak to RedTech’s Omar Essack about how they stayed ahead of a once-in-a-generation pandemic to keep their communities informed, alert, aware and educated.
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