Industries throughout the entire world face uncertainty, as no a person entity can absolutely declare when or if economies will revert to typical in the wake of COVID-19. The community leisure business suffers the same uncertainty – and to handle it, the Jamaica Reggae Field Association (JaRIA)on Monday invited insiders Carlette DeLeon (publicist, Headline Amusement), Joe Bogdanovich (Downsound Information, Reggae Sumfest), Ojay ‘OJ’ Bewley (Starlight Productions), reggae artiste Kabaka Pyramid, and Ingrid Riley (siliconcaribe.com) to a virtual town corridor assembly.
There was basic consensus amid them that projecting a return to normality is like making an attempt to hit a going target. But while they hold eyes peeled for that bullseye, the panellists also agreed that it is time to assess what the new typical in community leisure could glimpse like. Quick remedy, every little thing will be scaled down, and on the net.
“There have been alternatives and there