Fergal Boyle Student Enterprise Awards The Student Enterprise Programme is Ireland’s biggest student enterprise competition. Students get to find out what it’s really like to be an entrepreneur and get a practical, hands-on taste of real life business. Students taking part attended workshops, received in-school talks from business mentors and got the opportunity to develop their business ideas. SHB Products The four students in this group were – Jessica Dodd, Moyagh O Reilly, Eabha Garvey and Ilona McCarthy. SHB Products had two products joined together to make the one business which is where we got the name SHB Products. The two products are Glossy Slime and Hobby Boxes. Glossy Slime is a unique and simple way to occupy young children, relief stress and help develop young children’s creative skills. Hobby Boxes are a unique and simple way to kick start a new hobby and a great gift to give anyone. This group won an award for Special Prosecutor prise for Innovation. Ace designs The three students in this group were Asling Sankey, Clodagh Shields and Emily Mc Phillips – Sheridan. The idea for their products came from wanting to use recycled goods to make something decorative. The saw a gap in the market for hand crafted penholders and lanterns designs. Protein Pops The students in this group was Max Kelly and Oisin Raymond. Protein Pops are nutritious, delicious gluten free treat. Protein Pops is a great healthy snack to keep you going. The product comes in four unique varieties. They are, Oates and Chocolate, Figs, Dates and Chocolate, Mint and Chocolate and finally Coconut and Chocolate. There is no protein powder in the product, only the natural protein from high quality oats, honey, figs and dates. Protein pops are great for diets or school lunches and they won’t leave you feeling guilty as their packed full of delicious goodness. This group came 2nd in the overall competition Crafty Magnets The four students in this group were – Ava McEvoy, Kate Gilbride, Lucia Lambe and Kate Kieran. This group made fun magnets to hold reminders, timetables and important notes in student’s lockers or on your home refrigerator. They created magnets for all genders and all ages. Their magnets were handcraft to ensure us uniqueness and used recycled materials wherever possible. This group won an award for use of Social Media to sell their product and advertise.