Core, a Belfast based company makes a key contribution to the development of the first ever occupational standards for the UK’s human identity and biometrics industry.
Core has unveiled an exciting, new and improved website which forms part of a refreshed corporate identity. Increasing demand across the globe for information about the company has forced Core to produce a more comprehensive and informative website.
Core’s American subsidiary, Tusa Inc, will be exhibiting next month at the National Sheriff’s Association Annual Conference and Exhibition. This will be the first time Tusa have exhibited at this event.
Core have been recognised as a highly commended finalist in the Business Team of the Year category of the Belfast Telegraph Northern Ireland Business Awards 2009, at a recent gala evening in the Ramada Hotel, Belfast.
Not many Managing Directors have to endure altitude sickness, sub-zero temperatures, US Special Forces training (and a diet of beans and sausages). But that is exactly what Core’s MD, Patricia O’Hagan did to win the BBC programme ‘Chasing The Dollar’.
Core are declared Northern Ireland’s Small Business Champions for 2008. Core, based in Belfast, beat off stiff competition from a selection of local firms at a Gala Dinner organised by the Federation of Small Business.
Patricia O’Hagan has won through to become a finalist in Ireland’s prestigious Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year competition. Patricia is co-owner and Managing Director of Core, Northern Ireland’s most experienced biometric identity management experts.