Hear what our customers say…
"This programme has been invaluable to our social economy enterprise. We have been able to develop the skills of our staff through the expertise delivered by Jim Curran from the University’s School of Media, Film and Journalism. We are now in a better position to design, develop and deliver our product to market".
(Denise McConnell Dillon, Client Services Manager, Hands That Talk)
“Having invested in a range of renewables over a number of years on an ad hoc basis, we felt we needed assistance to map a way forward whereby we got the best return. Going forward we now have a range of useful suggestions from the University of Ulster as well as ideas for taking things to the next level. The innovation voucher was extremely useful and we have gained a valuable insight into how we can better develop our economic and environmental sustainability.”
(Gerry Quinn, Manager, Creggan Country Park Enterprises)
“Thanks to the unique expertise in ABA available from the University of Ulster we at Simple Steps have been able to assist parents who are desperate for help. Significantly, also, this is a good example of a project that has been developed in Northern Ireland by Northern Irish people which is making a growing impact in Europe.”
(Professor Lester Manley, Chairman of Simple Steps)
"I gladly acknowledge that the help we have received from UU by way of advice on an urgent employment law matter and a very clear, comprehensive and helpful report on a much more complex range of issues was exactly what we needed. The support we received from Pat Maxwell (School of Law) was simply excellent and offered in a very professional yet user-friendly manner”.
(Maurice Kinkead, Avec Solutions).
“Can I at this stage say a very big thank you for the mentoring provided by UU. The contribution made by Andy Purcell (School of Communication) has been tremendous”.
(Margaret Lee, Managing Director, Cresco Trust).
“The work of my mentor and also the continuous support of both the Business Institute and Business Liaison Office as well as the Science Shop at UU have all contributed to the Orchardville Society with access to information and additional resources to strengthen our work in the sector, for the greater good of a more equal and inclusive society across Greater Belfast and beyond”.
(Margaret Haddock, Orchardville Society)
“This project has enabled the necessary research to be carried out which has resulted in the production of a Workplace Charter on Domestic Violence to suit all levels of organisations. We are delighted with the final report and the advice and support received throughout the process and we are looking forward to the implementation of same”.
(Colette Stewart, Business Manager, Onus (NI) Ltd )