At TY.ie we don't only want to give you the best experience, we want to show what the best experience could be for you. On this page you will find interviews with Mini-Companies all over Ireland. We hope that as you read their stories you will be inspired to get involved in Student Enterprise.

Mini-Company Showcase

We interviewed Flashback Inc., a Company from Coláiste an Spioraid Naoimh, Cork. Their product is old newspaper articles of historic or significant events, nicely framed to make a presentation worthy of the event being displayed. They make an ideal gift for any history lover, sport enthusiast or celebrity fanatic. They aim to sell their product all across Ireland and expand into other product ranges.

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We interviewed Flashback Inc., a Company from Coláiste an Spioraid Naoimh, Cork. Their product is old newspaper articles of historic or significant events, nicely framed to make a presentation worthy of the event being displayed. They make an ideal gift for any history lover, sport enthusiast or celebrity fanatic. They aim to sell their product all across Ireland and expand into other product ranges.

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We interviewed Zack from Happy Homework Hut, a Company from Carrigallen Vocational School, Leitrim. Happy Homework Hut have created a portable privacy screen that turns a desk into a cubicle. It stops cheating and copying during tests and can be used during normal school work to improve focus and concentration. Happy Homework Hut has won many awards from the Student Enterprise Programme and Zack hopes to have his product in every primary school in Ireland and expand to the UK.

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We interviewed Zack from Happy Homework Hut, a Company from Carrigallen Vocational School, Leitrim. Happy Homework Hut have created a portable privacy screen that turns a desk into a cubicle. It stops cheating and copying during tests and can be used during normal school work to improve focus and concentration. Happy Homework Hut has won many awards from the Student Enterprise Programme and Zack hopes to have his product in every primary school in Ireland and expand to the UK.

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We interviewed Make a Mark, a Company from Mayo. Make a Mark have created an innovative and environmentally-friendly sheep marking gun. Founders and sisters, Mary and Sarah, have recently registered their company and are in process of patenting their sheep marking gun. In the next year, they intend to be fully established in Ireland and the UK market and over the next five years, they hope to branch into big sheep farming countries like Australia and New Zealand and expand their product line, developing similar products

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We interviewed Make a Mark, a Company from Mayo. Make a Mark have created an innovative and environmentally-friendly sheep marking gun. Founders and sisters, Mary and Sarah, have recently registered their company and are in process of patenting their sheep marking gun. In the next year, they intend to be fully established in Ireland and the UK market and over the next five years, they hope to branch into big sheep farming countries like Australia and New Zealand and expand their product line, developing similar products

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We interviewed PocketKnow, a Mini-Company from Limerick. PocketKnow produces an app to help students with their study by providing revision notes and videos. App Developer, Alex, has also implemented Augmented Reality into his app providing an interactive study experience for all users. Alex hopes that PocketKnow will become mainstream in secondary schools all over Ireland.

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We interviewed PocketKnow, a Mini-Company from Limerick. PocketKnow produces an app to help students with their study by providing revision notes and videos. App Developer, Alex, has also implemented Augmented Reality into his app providing an interactive study experience for all users. Alex hopes that PocketKnow will become mainstream in secondary schools all over Ireland.

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We interviewed Pentables, a Mini-Company from Clare. Pentables produces pens with a retractable banner that includes a two-sided blank school timetable which you can customize with your own personal timetable routine. Ella hopes that Pentables will be a viable business and well-known in secondary schools all over Ireland.

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We interviewed Pentables, a Mini-Company from Clare. Pentables produces pens with a retractable banner that includes a two-sided blank school timetable which you can customize with your own personal timetable routine. Ella hopes that Pentables will be a viable business and well-known in secondary schools all over Ireland.

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We interviewed SenseAbility, a Mini-Company from Laois. SenseAbility produces therapeutic sensory blankets for those living with a sensory condition, such as Dementia, Autism and Down Syndrome. They hope to sell their product not only all over Ireland, but to around the world too. They are also developing a new product.

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We interviewed SenseAbility, a Mini-Company from Laois. SenseAbility produces therapeutic sensory blankets for those living with a sensory condition, such as Dementia, Autism and Down Syndrome. They hope to sell their product not only all over Ireland, but to around the world too. They are also developing a new product.

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We interviewed Pebble Art by Ellie, a Mini-Company from Borris Vocational School, Borris, Carlow. Ellie produces creative and environmentally friendly artworks with pebbles that can be personalised for a unique and special touch. She hopes to expand her business and online presence and get her products stocked in more shops.

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We interviewed Pebble Art by Ellie, a Mini-Company from Borris Vocational School, Borris, Carlow. Ellie produces creative and environmentally friendly artworks with pebbles that can be personalised for a unique and special touch. She hopes to expand her business and online presence and get her products stocked in more shops.

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We interviewed Sticks and Stones, a Mini-Company from Blakestown Community School, Blanchardstown, Dublin. Sticks and Stones produce creative artworks with pebbles and twigs for any occasion. The artwork can be framed in shadow boxes and they hope to do well in the Student Enterprise National Final.

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We interviewed Sticks and Stones, a Mini-Company from Blakestown Community School, Blanchardstown, Dublin. Sticks and Stones produce creative artworks with pebbles and twigs for any occasion. The artwork can be framed in shadow boxes and they hope to do well in the Student Enterprise National Final.

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We interviewed Medi-CalAiders, a Mini-Company from St.Farnan's Post Primary School, Naas, Kildare. Medi-CalAiders is a first aid and mental health calendar designed to help save someone's life in an event of an emergency. The sole trader, Sarah O'Rourke, hopes to have a first aid and mental health calendar in every shop and public building nationwide.

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We interviewed Medi-CalAiders, a Mini-Company from St.Farnan's Post Primary School, Naas, Kildare. Medi-CalAiders is a first aid and mental health calendar designed to help save someone's life in an event of an emergency. The sole trader, Sarah O'Rourke, hopes to have a first aid and mental health calendar in every shop and public building nationwide.

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We interviewed VideoGrinds.ie, a Mini-Company from Navan Co.Meath. VideoGrinds.ie is a new and innovative online grinds website for Junior Cert, 1st Year, 2nd Year and 4th Year Students. VideoGrinds have been very successful in a variety of competitions and hope to expand their website with new helpful content.

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We interviewed VideoGrinds.ie, a Mini-Company from Navan Co.Meath. VideoGrinds.ie is a new and innovative online grinds website for Junior Cert, 1st Year, 2nd Year and 4th Year Students. VideoGrinds have been very successful in a variety of competitions and hope to expand their website with new helpful content.

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We interviewed Nagle Woodbugs, a Mini-Company from Nagle Community School. They sell bespoke pyrography pieces. In simple terms these are designs such as cartoon character which have been burnt onto high quality wood (red pine). These are then sold at Trade Fairs.

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We interviewed Nagle Woodbugs, a Mini-Company from Nagle Community School. They sell bespoke pyrography pieces. In simple terms these are designs such as cartoon character which have been burnt onto high quality wood (red pine). These are then sold at Trade Fairs.

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We interviewed CarryBetic, a Mini-Company from Scoil Mhuire Clane, Co.Kildare. The company's function is to produce a case that compactly stores the various item's needed by a type one diabetic in their day to day lives

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We interviewed CarryBetic, a Mini-Company from Scoil Mhuire Clane, Co.Kildare. The company's function is to produce a case that compactly stores the various item's needed by a type one diabetic in their day to day lives

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We interviewed Ear To Stay, a Mini-Company from Scoil Mhuire, Co.Cork. They have been successful in the Student Enterprise Competition and IWish competition. They specialise in accessories for electronic goods and want to become a well-known company in Ireland.

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We interviewed Ear To Stay, a Mini-Company from Scoil Mhuire, Co.Cork. They have been successful in the Student Enterprise Competition and IWish competition. They specialise in accessories for electronic goods and want to become a well-known company in Ireland.

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We interviewed LifeBandz, a Mini-Company from Killenaule, Co.Tipperary. They want to promote mental health and support TeenLine with the use of wrist bands and want to expand their business with t-shirts and fleeces.

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We interviewed LifeBandz, a Mini-Company from Killenaule, Co.Tipperary. They want to promote mental health and support TeenLine with the use of wrist bands and want to expand their business with t-shirts and fleeces.

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We interviewed ROC Protection, a Mini-Company from Clonkeen College Blackrock, Dublin. They have made a protective layer for hurling and camogie. They want to turn their product into a globally recognised sports brand.

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We interviewed ROC Protection, a Mini-Company from Clonkeen College Blackrock, Dublin. They have made a protective layer for hurling and camogie. They want to turn their product into a globally recognised sports brand.

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We interviewed Sláinte Na nÓg, a Mini-Company from Coláiste an Spioraid Naoimh, Bishopstown, Cork. They have made a Mental Health Board Game for children. They will be representing Cork in the National Final and hope to have their product in every school in Ireland!

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We interviewed Sláinte Na nÓg, a Mini-Company from Coláiste an Spioraid Naoimh, Bishopstown, Cork. They have made a Mental Health Board Game for children. They will be representing Cork in the National Final and hope to have their product in every school in Ireland!

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