Enterprising students at Coláiste Phobal Roscrea

January 25, 2016

On Friday 22nd of January, five teams from Coáiste Phobal took part in the schools round of the Tipperary Student Enterprise Awards. These awards promote and foster entrepreneurial culture in classrooms across the country. They offer students the opportunity to take a business from the idea stage, through market research, production, selling, record keeping and management.


Tadgh Nash third year secured his place in the competition with his company Paracord Bracelets, which involves making customised paracord wristbands and dog collars of all sizes.
Neil Maher and Jake Delaney got through in the senior category with their company ‘Dunmore Agri’. Neil and Jake make bird and bat boxes and also an innovative stake holder.
Jack Kirwan also a transition year student secured himself a place in LIT Thurles with his innovative Water Steriliser.


All teams now go through to the Tipperary round of the competition of March 4th in LIT Thurles to represent the school. The very best of luck to all teams involved.

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