Representatives of three student businesses were on hand to sell items including a Maori language book, a recipe book and bed linen.
Commerce teacher Christina Ganivatu also invited the school’s anau classes to join in with their own stalls to help raise funds for the college.
“We would have of course liked to have (involved) more classes, but we have made a good start and will no doubt make changes for next year to help grow things across commerce week.
“Overall though the week has been a big success and it has been especially great to see how well received our commerce students’ business products have been in the community.”
As well as a variety of food stalls, a photo booth was also set up to capture some of the day’s action.