Watch the following video of Seán Brett, owner of Steeltech Sheds. An example of enterprise in action.
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Our 5th Year Enterprise team, Cloud Covers, have won the Social Media Award at today’s Mayo Enterprise Awards.
Well done to all! More details to follow.
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St Gerald’s college 5th Year Enterprise team ‘Cloud Covers’ (Matthew Ruane , John Dolan, Sean Tobin and Karl Benson) are pitching their business to a panel of judges at the Mayo Enterprise Awards. They are competing against 20 schools across Mayo with a final decision being made at 2pm. Best of luck lads!!!
Today , the start up companies made in conjunction with the Student Enterprise Awards, presented their business plans to convince the judges to send them through to the next stage of the competition. All teams made excellent presentations and the judges commended everyone involved for their efforts!
In the end there had to be one winner which was ‘Cloud Covers’. Well done to John Dolan, Karl Benson, Matthew Ruane and Seán Tobin who will be getting ready for the next stage of the competition! www.cloudclubcovers.com
Cloud Covers, a start up company made in St Gerald’s College is seeing significant growth in their online presence!
This is good news for the guys! If you want to know what all the fuss is about contact them;
Here’s a look at some of the covers available from Cloud Covers, a business made by some 5th years as part of the Student Enterprise Awards!
Check out their brand new website ; http://cloudcovers.weebly.com/
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A company that has been set up as part of the ‘Student Enterprise Awards’ is ‘Ankle Belt’. This was set up by a team in 5th year.
Our product is simply known as the ankle belt. The idea was thought of by one of the team members, Kieran who is an average cyclist who encountered the problem of his pants getting caught in the chain of the bike. Our product is designed to prevent your pants from getting caught up in the chain of the bike. It is basically a clip which will strap around the cyclists leg and prevent the cyclists pants from getting caught in the chain. The clip is designed to keep the cyclist safe and let them cycle without being worried about their trousers getting caught in their bike chain.
This may be a product you’ll use so keep an eye out!
CEO: Barry Redmond
Production: Cian Ruane
Organisation: Kieran Fahy
Finance: Steven Noonan
Promotion: Kieran Fahy
Sales and Marketing: Cédric Guiblain
From left to right; Barry Redmond, Steven Noonan, Kieran Fahy, Cédric Guiblain and Cian Ruane.