Vanier Collegiate's Entrepreneurship 30 class had their Junior Achievement business launch on Thursday. This year there will be two student-run businesses in operation.
Beadlink Creations is a group of nine students that sell fashionable and unique keychains. Keychains range from $16 to $20 as well as bulk and corporate sales.
“So, it’s a key chain with silicone beads and wooden beads on it. It makes you look fashionable, but it’s also something you need to keep your keys,” said Timileyin Konu from Beadlink Creations.
Those interested in learning more about Beadlink Creations can visit their Instagram page here.
Beadlink Creations will be donating 15 per cent of its profits to KidSport Moose Jaw.
“We just really like what sports can do for kids with team building, building confidence, physical fitness and stuff like that,” said Beadlink Creation’s Tucker Schwartz. “We really like what it can do. I mean, I really like sports as well, so I just want more kids to be able to experience that.”
Unity Jewels is hoping to provide quality jewelry for an affordable price. Their products include gold chain necklaces, gold chain necklaces with pendants and bracelets and their products are unisex.
“Well, we all have always loved jewelry and we just thought it would be really cool to be able to make it ourselves and make simple jewelry that everyone could wear,” said Ireland Guillaume from Unity Jewels.
Unity Jewels will be donating 20 per cent of their profits to the Moose Jaw Transition House. They chose Moose Jaw Transition House because most of the members are girls and have volunteered at Moose Jaw Transition House in the past.
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