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Xune Work Culture: How Did You Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day?

Xune Team

Welcome to Xune Culture. This section is dedicated to giving you an insight into what happens behind the scenes, providing a weekly blog full of our current tasks and up to date achievements.

We’re Halfway Through March?!

Wow, Xune can’t believe we’ve hit the halfway point of March, 2021. Time really does fly when you’re having fun!

This month so far has moved from strength to strength, as Xune keeps growing with new clients, new employees and new fluffy friends.

Neo & Cosmo

(Source: Anna, Creative Director – Neo and Cosmo)

As we speed through March, it’s only normal to consider what the future holds for Xune. Our skilled team is prospering by the hour, with Elliot, our Junior Digital Marketer, taking our client’s marketing tools to new heights, and Robert, our Web Developer, building apps faster than Apple!

Anastasija, Xune’s second Junior Digital Marketer, has been delving victoriously into videography, opening many doors for the company, whilst Web Developer, Jacob, proves his creativity, building high standard website visuals for our clients.

So, it seems safe to say, if Xune’s future is anything like this month alone, well… get your signatures before it’s too late!

Did You Go Green for St. Patrick’s Day?

Wednesday the 17th of March… St. Patrick’s Day, or the Feast of Saint Patrick! Here at Xune, some of the team celebrated Irish pride by adding some green to their wardrobe. 

In honour of the celebration, here are 3 interesting “Did You Know…” facts about St. Patrick’s Day (you will impress your friends with these!):

1. Was St. Patrick Irish?

Oddly enough, no. St. Patrick was either born in Scotland or Wales!

2. Why the 17th of March?

The date marks the Saint’s death. He is buried in the grounds of Down Cathedral in Downpatrick, County Down.

3. So, why the colour green?

Green has been famously associated with Irish pride and St. Patrick’s day, as it was popularised by Irish immigrants in the United States, who believed that wearing green made them invisible to leprechauns! Up until the 19th century, the colour associated with St. Patrick’s day was actually… blue!

Xune asks, how did you celebrate? 

Knowledge is Power

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