Interactive Arts will be travelling to Limerick for the Nexus Innovation event in The University of Limerick. The event is arranged by the Enterprise Board and will be running from the 3rd to the 5th of June. I am really looking forward to the event, to learn and network with professionals.
I am happy to announce another win in the enterprise awards, Interactive Arts won the ‘Best Display’ award at the National Finals on Wednesday the 2nd of April. Competition was fierce on the day with students determined to represent their County Councils in the best manner they could. Congratulations to the overall winners in each category, especially to ‘Upright Cycles’ – a wooden bike stand, who took first place in the Senior Category. The prizes were fantastic and very generous, Upright Cycles can now look forward to an all expenses paid, educational trip to Lisbon, Portugal valued at €10,000
The results are in;
98% of students surveyed said that they would like to use iRevise Geography for study and in class.
Thank you to all those generous students who took the time to fill in our quick survey, it has provided Interactive Arts with even more reasons to be motivated with the business.
On the 13th of March Interactive Arts won first place at the Dun Laoghaire Rathdown Student Enterprise Awards. The event was setup over six years ago to promote student entrepreneurship, with over 30 business entries, ranging from 1st years all the way up to 6th years. The event was a big success with a huge variety of projects and the students showed great passion and dedication for there businesses.
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