Outstanding participation levels saw 60 mini-businesses being set up by over 200 second level school students involved in the competition.
The winners of the Senior Category was St. Joseph’s Secondary School, Ballybunion. Killorglin Community College won the Intermediate Category and the Junior level winners were a group from the Presentation Secondary School, Castleisland.
St. Brigid’s Secondary School, Killarney won the most Enterprising School Award for it’s work in fostering entrepreneurship within the school and was presented with the Cantillon Perpetual Cup.
The winners of the County Student Enterprise Awards in all categories go forward to the National Finals to be held in Croke Park on 20th April.