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Posted on 2nd April 2019 in HR & Management.
Fyre Festival was marketed as THE event of summer 2017. Festival-goers were excepting the event to be held on the white sandy beaches of a private island, party with some of the most well-known models and listen to the biggest bands and DJ’s on the planet. However, it filled the headlines of summer 2017, for […]
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