Festival of Enterprise 2018

The Peroosh People’s Choice Award

Congratulations to our overall winners, Estrella who managed to get 602 of the 2,967 total votes cast.

Final Results

  • Estrella — Kirkwall Grammar School

    Estrella

    Kirkwall Grammar School

    Estrella have created a series of colour changing lamps inspired by landmarks on their island.

    • 602 Votes
  • Peggies — Levenmouth Academy

    Peggies

    Levenmouth Academy

    The innovative wall organising company, with a passion to help others.

    • 344 Votes
  • Let’s Do a Jig — St Columba’s High School

    Let’s Do a Jig

    St Columba’s High School

    Let’s Do A Jig are creating and selling 3D jigsaws inspired by their local and national culture of Inverclyde and Scotland.

    • 339 Votes
  • Home — Stranraer Academy

    Home

    Stranraer Academy

    Home create beautiful laser-cut wooden products for your home.

    • 319 Votes
  • Lite — Northfield Academy

    Lite

    Northfield Academy

    A social enterprise with an aim to improve mental health awareness through the sale of a range of apparel.

    • 270 Votes
  • Sozo — St Andrew’s and St Bride’s High School

    Sozo

    St Andrew’s and St Bride’s High School

    Home to "The Half-Cut Range" our products involve recycling glass bottles to create the perfect gifts!

    • 232 Votes
  • Negotium — Boroughmuir High School

    Negotium

    Boroughmuir High School

    Negotium ‘mean business’ with their range of survival kits.

    • 197 Votes
  • Initial Designs — Kelso High School

    Initial Designs

    Kelso High School

    Initial Designs produced eco-friendly and personalised wooden chopping boards and presentation boards.

    • 131 Votes
  • Bamboozled — Plockton High School

    Bamboozled

    Plockton High School

    Bamboozled is an innovative company that produces high quality, sustainably sourced bamboo baskets and chopping boards.

    • 108 Votes
  • Discovery Enterprise — Monifieth High School

    Discovery Enterprise

    Monifieth High School

    Discovery Enterprise from Monifieth High School created a range of personalised products such as mugs, wine bottle holders and decorative reindeers

    • 107 Votes
  • Artlantis — Bo’ness Academy

    Artlantis

    Bo’ness Academy

    Artlantis create handmade beach-themed products made from natural materials.

    • 96 Votes
  • Celtic Kitchen Crafts — Glasgow Gaelic School

    Celtic Kitchen Crafts

    Glasgow Gaelic School

    The company produced primarily hand-finished wooden placemats & coasters, laser cut with a selection of Gaelic words and our signature Celtic knot as well as selected hand-finished slate homeware products.

    • 77 Votes
  • Wood N Stock — Douglas Academy

    Wood N Stock

    Douglas Academy

    Wood N Stock produced wooden placemats and coasters with laser-cut phrases.

    • 69 Votes
  • Up Town Junk — Dunoon Grammar School

    Up Town Junk

    Dunoon Grammar School

    Up Town Junk sells upcycled handcrafted products & gifts.

    • 66 Votes
  • Shetland Gift Co. — Anderson High School

    Shetland Gift Co.

    Anderson High School

    Shetland Gift Co. have been designing and selling Shetland themed cards and giftware promoting local artists and photographers.

    • 5 Votes
  • JJ Island Crafts — Nicholson Institute

    JJ Island Crafts

    Nicholson Institute

    JJ Island Crafts created made-to-order Harris Tweed products.

    • 3 Votes
  • Grownade — Marr College

    Grownade

    Marr College

    An eco-aware group creating flower ‘bombs’ for home planting.

    • 2 Votes

Competition Sponsor

  • Investor In People
  • Cyber Essentials
  • Big Lottery Fund
  • Voluntary Code of Practice for Social Enterprise in Scotland
  • Investors In Young People
  • Family Friendly Working Scotland

About YES

Our Vision is for Scotland to be a place where all young people are given the opportunity to have a rewarding future in work and life - no matter where they start
their journey.

Our Mission is to inspire & equip all young people to learn, develop and reach their full potential through enterprise.

In everything that we do, we will work with the following values: Integrity, Enthusiasm, Creativity & Collaboration.

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