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Coleraine Students take part in Young Enterprise Company Programme

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Students from North Coast Integrated College that are taking part in the Young Enterprise Company Programme have set up a company called Coast Crafts. 

For their business idea they have decided to produce and sell Christmas decorations.  The students have sourced and personalised the decorations from various suppliers.  Ricky Martin from Skunk Works has been assigned as the business adviser for the group. 

The students have really benefited from having such an experienced adviser guiding them through this programme.   The group are extremely fortunate as this year they will be attending St. George’s Market in Belfast to promote and sell their products.

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