Ed [00:00:04] The careers team for me were amazing. And I think it was something I considered at the beginning, but I didn't realise the depth in which they would support. So there's a really good careers team at Bayes that I've had interaction with, and I've been specifically working with someone who has worked with at least 30 of the biggest names you could possibly imagine. I'll never forget seeing him pop up the slide of all the brands he'd worked with. And because we have experience, we're coming from a professional background where execs are aspiring execs. Working with someone like that with that experience has been a real game changer for me, in formatting my CV for different types of different industries, to pointing me in the direction of tools that are included. So there is tons of tools you get access to on the careers team site, and that is from, CV reviewers using AI to give you the perfect CV and scores to ones that will take you through case studies that are used by some of the biggest brands like PWC or [inaudible] in the consulting space, to interviewing techniques to executive coaching tools that are on there as well. So the careers team is the one I would say that's impressed me the most and supported me the most and helped me develop, probably, I would say, as a person and as a leader.