The Niagara Falls National Heritage Area retained Tripp Umbach to conduct an economic impact study to highlight the economic and social benefits.read more
Welcome to Tripp Umbach.
We are a nationally recognized consulting firm that empowers our clients to turn ideas into action.
We build purposeful, long-lasting relationships with leading organizations in the healthcare, higher education, academic medicine, economic development, and tourism industries. Our reputation is built on our ability to balance vision, innovation, creativity, and rigorous attention to detail to create measurable and impactful results.
In the winter of 2016, the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine (OU-HCOM) began a strategic planning process to update their 2015-2017 Strategic Plan.read more
Tripp Umbach to conduct an economic and community impact study to determine the financial and social benefits of OHL’s operations and services on the State of Louisiana, its communities, and residents.read more
Tripp Umbach worked closely with NSU to help create a strategic plan to achieve LCME accreditation and expand undergraduate and graduate medical education.read more
Tripp Umbach discovered that the UVM Health Network contributes more that $2.24 billion in economic community impact to Vermont and New York annually, while generating more than $144.6 million in state and local government revenue impact.read more
Tripp Umbach analyzed the impact of UT athletics and identified a diverse range of community benefits provided to the region of Knox County such as entertainment, visitor attraction, volunteer activities, and monetary donations to non-profits.read more
Tripp Umbach conducted a study to assess the economic impact on the Seattle region and the state of Washington.read more
Tripp Umbach conducted a study to quantify the economic impact of the Wexner Medical Center, its in‐patient and ambulatory clinical services, as well as the research and educational missions of its seven Health Sciences Colleges for the State of Ohio, Franklin County, and the City of Columbus.read more
Tripp Umbach’s economic impact study proved that Penn Medicine’s presence played an integral part in Pennsylvania’s economy by generating revenue, jobs, and strengthening statewide tax base.read more