Tag: Santa Claus
In this infographic from SalesForce.com, take the journey from the top of the org chart to the bottom to see how Santa and his crew prepared for this year’s big night. Collaboration is key to any organization, including the North Pole operations. Using a variety of tools, organizations can collaborate on projects just as effectively as Santa this year
Christmas is just ahead of us and most Americans are close to finishing their shopping. Did you know that the Americans spend an average of $770 on gifts? That’s more than in European countries such as Holland, Germany, and the UK as well as in South Africa. Also, 88% of Americans put up a Christmas tree every year and 51% of them are strongly religious.
Some may say that only working one day a year is easy, however this may not be the case for poor old Santa Claus this Christmas Eve. With all the rushing around trying to deliver all the presents in time for Christmas morning it seems that Santa Claus may not be taking health and safety into consideration. With all the slippery roofs, open flames and hazardous Christmas tree lights Santa actually has a rather dangerous job. First4Lawyers has created the following infographic to look at the seven perils of being Santa this festive season.
Stories of Santa Claus have kept children at bay and in check for centuries, watching their behavior so Santa will be kind to them each Christmas. But Christmas Trees and Lights.co.uk asked, “how does he work his magic on Christmas Eve and keep all the good children happy? Did you ever wonder how Santa does it?”
The following is a quirky and fascinating look into the surprising statistics surrounding Santa’s annual journey around the globe to delivery all of his presents. Inspired by a great article by ABC News, Parcel2Go went several steps further and discovered several interesting details regarding Santa’s journey.
Part of the magic of Christmas is seeing the day through a child’s eyes. So, Santa asked 500 children in the UK aged six to 10 what they would do if they were in charge of Christmas, and what they love about it. Whether they wanted to visit him in his home in Santa’s Lapland, give presents to all children that are poor and hungry or just eat more cheese, the results are sweet, funny and heart-warming.