The Trinity Business Alumni/Bank of Ireland Business Student of the year is a competition open to 4th year business students, coordinated by the Trinity Business Alumni (TBA) in association with the Trinity College School of Business and Bank of Ireland. Finalists are short-listed from nominations received by staff and students of the College. The award is presented annually to the student who not only excels academically but has acquitted themselves well in business, voluntary work and/or the college community. The Business Student of the Year 2016 is Conor O’Meara.
2016 Trinity Business Student of the Year: Conor O’Meara
Conor O’ Meara is a final year Business & Economics Student in Trinity Business School. Having closely worked with the TBS over the last four years as a class representative and Co-Founder of The Undergraduate Chamber of Commerce.
Conor worked with Social Entrepreneurs Ireland for 4 months last summer, before travelling to South Africa with Enactus Ireland, an organisation encouraging social entrepreneurship at university level, to represent TBS and Ireland at the World Championships. He is Co-Founder of CriServ, a social enterprise currently supported by Blackstone Launchpad, that is currently developing an technology solution to facilitate urgent humanitarian aid needs to refugees across Europe.
Previous Winners of the Trinity Business Student of the Year
|2011||Daniel Philbin Bowman|
|2006||Graham Villiers Tuthill|