Europoint is proud to be involved in the development and maintenance of a number of websites over the years, primarily within the non-profit sector.

Recently, we were engaged by the Fair-AI in Education project to deliver a website to allow regular progress updates, as well as to deliver project management and administration over the course of the project.

We were also been engaged by the Association of Chief Children’s Nurses to redevelop their website, allowing them to communicate regularly with their members, and to provide information and events to help support their objectives.

​As I was developing my research project on AI and education, I spoke to various software developers about the Algorithmic Impact Assessment instrument I wanted to build.
Europoint was the only company that understood what I was looking for, and was able to offer coherent initial suggestions for how the technology would be developed. Matthew was professional, patient and kept me involved in every step of building the initial website. A pleasure to work with.

Dr Selena Nemorin

Principal Investigator, Fair-AI, University College London

The Association of Chief Children’s Nurses (ACCN) were looking to develop a website to provide members and children and young people’s colleagues with key information and resources. This became even more imperative during Covid-19 when the world became virtual almost overnight!

Matthew at Europoint was absolutely brilliant to work with, he made appropriate suggestions, was prompt in responding to emails and any suggested changes we made during the development stage were completed overnight.

Matthew really cared about our organisation and has put in systems to ensure our web identity will remain within the organisation’s control. He has supported staff training so we are able to maintain and update our website in the future.

Our new website has received huge and unrelenting positive feedback, we cannot recommend the services of Europoint enough!

Thank you so much, we are delighted with the finished product.

Association of Chief Children's Nurses