As technology becomes more advanced and global markets more competitive, access to objective and evidence-based information can help companies to stay ahead of the curve, find solutions and grow their operations.

The Enterprise Hub can connect you to UniSA’s leading expertise, helping you address or overcome specific problems. We provide specialist knowledge, expert technical advice and other services to business, industry and community organisations.

Depending on the nature of your challenge, our consultancy services can include strategic advice, concept and product testing, cultural competency and engagement with Aboriginal communities, provision of expert witnesses, or data analysis.

By engaging UniSA consultancy services, you can access comprehensive, evidence-based recommendations and specialist opinions from accomplished professionals, add value to your operations, and improve your results. Get in touch and we’ll connect you to the appropriate team or expert.

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Using children’s voices to build better worlds

Decisions affecting children’s lives are made every day, often with little input from children themselves. In partnership with Australian Department of Education, local communities and importantly, children, we found a better way. Children were engaged directly and involved in the decision-making to ensure their voices were heard. Through this partnership we developed UniSA’s Children’s Voices principles, which involved talking with children about their lives and needs, collecting their responses and encouraging them to become involved in decisions that affect them.

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“We have engaged end-users with the voices of over 5,000 children to date. This engagement has influenced state policies, national Child-Friendly Cities approaches, community planning, children’s literacy, and the provision of educational resources.”

Professor Pauline Harris, Chair in Early Childhood (Research), University of South Australia

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