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Geological Survey of Finland (GTK)

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The Geological Survey of Finland (GTK), established in 1885, is a leading European competence center in the assessment and sustainable use of geological resources. We provide expertise that serves the interests of our clients, stakeholders and society as a whole. We generate innovative solutions that lead to new technologies and business areas, as well as promote sustainable growth. GTK is an expert organization under Finland’s Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment, employing approximately 420 full-time staff who are effectively engaged in tasks at the local, national and international level.

Vision

Geology as a basis for sustainable growth and welfare.

Strategic goals 

  •     Operating model that serves client needs
  •     Providing needs-based information and expert services
  •     Promoting novel technologies for sustainable development
  •     Sustaining world-class expertise in select fields
  •     Focus on core functions and international networking
  •     Maintaining a motivated, competent staff

Values

1 Close to the client Deep understanding of clients and interest group needs.

2 Cooperation Productive interaction among staff and with clients.

3 Credible and confidential It is important that our research is trustworthy and that we respect confidentiality with clients.

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