A brand new year

26th January 2011 by Thomas Bidaux

Arguably, we are well into January already, but the rule says it is still fine to send new year wishes until the end of the month.

ICO had a very good year in 2010. We grew our team, adding Martin and then Julien to our talent pool. We took on new clients, strengthened some of our ongoing relationships while building new ones.

That meant maybe a fewer number of blog posts than we would have wanted, but overall, it is also growing with us and we are very happy to have such a nice follow-up of the content we are publishing here.

We will keep working on it, and we hope that our readership will appreciate the topics we will bring here.

All this to say that we are very happy with the start of the new year and we wanted to include you in our wishes and hope for you all the best in 2012.

2 Responses to “A brand new year”

  1. Thomas Says:

    I didn’t know this part of etiquette. I feel so much better now, I had about 20 more days left to send my wishes then. One of the many perks of a Korean wife.

  2. Matt Mihaly Says:

    Little known etiquette fact: While it's true that an off-the-cuff rule is that it's ok to wish Happy New Year until the end of the month, in reality manners dictate that the limit is determined by counting up the number of condiment bottles in your fridge. That will give you an exact count of days past Jan 1st through which it is polite to say Happy New Year. It differs for everyone, of course.

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