COOPID Finnish Success Case: Finnish Forest Centre
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The COOPID project has carried out a selection of 10 success cases within the bioeconomy across the EU primary sector. This is the one belonging to a Finnish Success Case: Finnish Forest Centre . This case covers their overall business idea, main products, key characteristics, and plans for development of its business model.
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Finnish Forest Centre is directed and financed by the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry of Finland.
565 employees around the country.
The Finnish Forest Centre’s forest resource database is the largest in the world
Overall business idea
Enforce forest legislation.
Finance sustainable forestry.
Collect and share forest data and information of Finnish forests.
Advice and educate forest owners and forest professionals in forest management, use and protection.
Promote sustainable foresty. Implement national and regional forest stragies and programmes.
Business services: Metsään.fi service (forests information), extension services for private forest owners and operators, advisory services for companies, customer support, regional forest programmes and regional forest councils, and project activities promoting forestry.
Forest Data and Inspection Services: remote sensing based forest inventory, enforcing forest legislation, administration of the Sustainable Forestry Financing Act, development of forest and nature data ecosystem in Finland and sharing forest information
Key characteristics of the success story
Research based approach
Collaboration with forest owners, service providers and institutions.
Event dates, materials, videos and more to grow in the bioeconomy
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