Festival of Enterprise 2018

The Peroosh People’s Choice Award

Monday, 7th May 2018, 9:00am

Wednesday, 6th June 2018, 3:00pm

Competition Finalists

Please take time to have a look at the 17 Regional winners from across Scotland who will compete for the title of Scottish Company of the Year and have the honour to represent us in London at the UK Finals on Thursday 6th July.

Perhaps you will have a different view to our judges on 6th June at Hampden Park?

  • Negotium — Boroughmuir High School

    Negotium

    Boroughmuir High School

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

  • Celtic Kitchen Crafts — Glasgow Gaelic School

    Celtic Kitchen Crafts

    Glasgow Gaelic School

    Celtic Kitchen Crafts are aiming to keep the Gaelic language alive through their slate homeware products.

  • Artlantis — Bo’ness Academy

    Artlantis

    Bo’ness Academy

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

  • Peggies — Levenmouth Academy

    Peggies

    Levenmouth Academy

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

  • 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.

  • Estrella — Kirkwall Grammar School

    Estrella

    Kirkwall Grammar School

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

  • Wood N Stock — Douglas Academy

    Wood N Stock

    Douglas Academy

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

  • JJ Island Crafts — Nicholson Institute

    JJ Island Crafts

    Nicholson Institute

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

  • Home — Stranraer Academy

    Home

    Stranraer Academy

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

  • Up Town Junk — Dunoon Grammar School

    Up Town Junk

    Dunoon Grammar School

    Up Town Junk sells upcycled handcrafted products & gifts.

  • Grownade — Marr College

    Grownade

    Marr College

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

  • 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

  • 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.

  • Bamboozled — Plockton High School

    Bamboozled

    Plockton High School

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

  • 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.

  • 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!

  • Initial Designs — Kelso High School

    Initial Designs

    Kelso High School

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

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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