Young Enterprise

Posted on : April 7, 2017

Mini-Companies have
 been an integral part 
of the Business Studies
 classes in Sligo Grammar School for the past 
number of years. This
 year is no different, as
 1st,  2nd and TY classes
 are involved in the activity. The TY group set 
up a company making 
and marketing chopping 
boards while 2nd years were runners-up in the
 Sligo Young Enterprise competition with their jewelry-making business. It was the 1st year group, however who came first in the Sligo competition with their company “Magmojis”, making earrings, brooches and fridge magnets in the shape of emojis. They will represent Sligo at the National finals.

 





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