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theICEway at Christmas: It's all about people

by Asa Sargeant | December 23, 2020 | ICEbreaker | 0 Comments

theICEway at Christmas is all about spending quality time with the people closest to you. Whether it be in person or via Zoom, we hope you can enjoy the season together. After all, we all deserve to be happy after this year. To that end, our latest ICEbreaker is all about having fun.

ICEbreaker December 2020

The latest edition of our regular e-shot features some fantastic, fun facts related to Christmas. You can access the web version using the link below. Below are some of the facts that just missed out.

Top Tip

Take a moment to re-read the opening line above. theICEway at Christmas really is all about people. It is actually all about people all year round. That is because it is one of our core values. We always ensure that our efforts reflect this. Working with our teams is a truly collaborative process. Right source your IT needs to us and we will work with your teams to deliver.

Christmas Facts

Did you know…

30,000 participants were involved in the largest ever Secret Santa (organised by Reddit in 2012)

947 calories can be found in the average Christmas dinner

75% of people buy a festive jumper to wear at a work event (including over Zoom, Skype etc.)

32.56 metres was the length of the longest ever Christmas stocking

16 presents are received by each child in the UK on average

3 Christmas trees are planted to replace each one harvested

Conclusion

Christmas is certainly a strange one going by these numbers! If you want to see the facts that made the final cut, click on the link below.

View the December ICEbreaker

Here on theICEway, our teams are all feeling positive about 2021. ICE, CRIBB Cyber Security and eTestware will all be here to help with regular advice. If you need IT support, guidance with governance or software testing tips, you’re in the right place.

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