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Oxxygen Marketing’s workshop at Youth Enterprise Live

Youth Enterprise Live Marketing Workshop

Saturday 13th October 2012 at 11.45, Earls Court London

Oxxygen Marketing is delighted to invite you to our session at the Youth Enterprise Live show which takes place on Saturday 13rd October at 11:45 at Earls Court, London. The event focusses on employment, education and enterprise inspiring young people to succeed in a global economy.

Do you feel nervous or lack confidence at interviews?

At Oxxygen’s interactive workshop, you will learn how to prepare, what to expect, and how to succeed in an interview. The various steps of the interview process are covered such as preparation, CV structuring, and interview evaluation.

We will also talk about the importance of non-verbal communication and most importantly what skills employers are looking for!

This is your chance to refresh your skills in how to create a great first impression, advice on what to say and what not to say.

We’re looking forward to seeing you at Youth Enterprise Live! We will make sure you stand out from the crowd!

Please register at http://www.youthenterprise-live.co.uk/register for your free ticket!

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Crisps, You Must be Joking!

Crisps, You Must Be Joking

Did you know that one of our nation’s favourite savoury snacks; the humble crisp was created as a joke?

Our story begins in 1853 in New York when hotel chef, George Crum, trying to upset an annoying patron created one of the most famous snacks; the humble crisp!

Chef Crum was exasperated by a patron repeatedly sending his fried potatoes back to the kitchen because they were too thick, soggy and bland. Crum decided to slice the potatoes as thin as possible, frying them until totally crisp and seasoning with extra salt. To the astonishment of Chef Crum, the patron loved the new potato side dish and these crisps soon became a regular item on the hotel menu (Banham, Rayner 1977).

Original crisps were served only with salt however modern crisps come in hundreds of varieties, flavours and shapes.

HOW DO YOU EAT YOURS?