Making every day better for us all

Our dream is to create better living conditions for people. Learn more about how our operations and services change the world and how responsible operations turn the shadow economy into prosperity.


ESG datahub

Making responsibility and wellbeing Finland’s number one export

Transparency, responsibility, and reliability are manifested in the wellbeing of businesses, municipalities, states, and people through working life, leadership, and digitalization.

Digital services and communications create opportunities for responsible and profitable business while increasing equality and empowerment.

Users controlling their own personal data helps build a confidential environment where organizations cooperate and provide services on an individual’s own terms.

Discover what we do and prepare to be amazed – millions can turn into billions by making responsibility and wellbeing Finland’s number one export.


A pioneer in building trust between businesses since 2010

From shadow economy to wellbeing through responsible conduct 

Explore society’s structures and industries that could make life safer and more fair for people and see how our Group's services moves the world forward.



Operators in the sector provide their monthly reporting to Finnish Tax Administration with the Building Site Register. The reports include contract prices and actual invoicing.

Building Site Register helps manage disclosure of information obligations in the construction sector. It’s also a shared repository and archive for the building site.

With the Building Site Key, all companies operating at the building site can store business, contract, and employee information in the service. The Building Site Key makes data collection, reporting, and archiving easier and faster.

Legal compliance and supervision must be easy to accomplish and manage, so that it serves businesses, other actors, and society at large.

Shadow economy causes an estimated losses of 60 million euros in loss of tax revenue for the city of Helsinki.

Activities in accordance with the Contractor’s Liability Act and funds secured for procurement are used to develop our living environment, fix public services, and ensure that society’s structures and procurements function in a responsible way.

The city of Helsinki procures over a billion euros worth of products and services per year, and the multiplier effects are designed to improve the wellbeing for all citizens.

The change brought about by responsible conduct and reliable systems has had a profound impact on the construction industry in just 10 years.

A large market for undeclared work, the restaurant business is highly regulated in Finland, with requirements such as certificates of professional competence. And yet there is no single, dedicated digital system.

Internationally, illegal employment, underpayment, and unclear contracts are widespread in the industry. In some respects, this is also true for Finland.

Responsible conduct in the service industries would also enable fair use of acutely needed foreign labour.

  • Employed in the restaurant business in Finland over 93,o00 people.
  • Size of the industry 10,000 companies.
  • In the restaurant industry in Finland, the turnover of the gray economy is estimated to be around 8–10 percent of the sector's turnover.

In the transport industry, shadow economy carries across borders, taking away level playing field from honest companies and reducing traffic safety.

Cargo content and weight, rest periods, fleet maintenance, and driver’s hours are controlled.

And transport industry operators are more likely to fall in with illegal trade when transparency is lacking.

  • Employed in logistics and transport in Finland over 100,000 people.
  • Size of the industry circa 20,000 companies.
  • Globally, majority of the transport industry workforce is undeclared or illegal labour.

Legal employment produces tax revenue that goes to developing society and financing its services, fair labour standards guarantee livelihood, and occupational safety improves wellbeing for all workers and their loved ones.

Time saved in reporting usually means less overtime and more time with family and other interests. Predictive occupational health care leads to reduced sick days and improved livelihood.

Legislation-driven development of digital systems and the resulting cooperation and trust between parties improves wellbeing on many fronts.

Proven technology and competition for better and more accessible services help build a better and more equal society.

In accordance with the Occupational Safety and Health Act, every person working at a building site is required to carry an ID card with a facial photograph, name, tax number, and employer details.

The Valtti card is a multipurpose ID that also serves as an access pass and proof of professional competences. Any orientations completed can also be verified directly with the Valtti card.

Launched in 2013, the Valtti card helps secure fair and safe building sites for both workers and industry employers.

  • Valtti cards in use in Finland circa 800,000
  • The Valtti card employs a digital database used by over 50 different systems.

Act on the Contractor’s Obligations and Liability when Work is Contracted Out obligates the contractor to determine whether the contracting partner fulfils their legal obligations.

The service collects the data required by the legislation on behalf of your company, compiles it into a Reliable Partner report, and always keeps it up to date.

The Reliable Partner service builds trust while reducing unnecessary paperwork and saving time and money.

  • Reliable Partner service users over 71,000
  • Reliable Partner reports generated over 1,000,000 pcs

Vastuu Group’s trust-building web services are used every year by over 500,000 people

Finnish technology combined with Nordic way of life and European values have the capacity to change the world and make wellbeing available for all.

UN Sustainable Development Goals

UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are the blueprint for building a sustainable future for all. They address several global challenges related to poverty, equality, climate, environment, wellbeing, peace, justice, and more. These goals are interconnected. To ensure that no one gets left behind, it’s important that we achieve all these goals by 2030.

See how our work advances these goals.

We provide services that help verify worker competence and manage personal education data. We solve job matching issues in the real estate and construction sector with a lifelong learning ecosystem. Our solutions supporting good education include Reliable Worker, MyData ja Taito Competence Register.



We offer solutions and create structures that help increase transparency, enable fair working conditions and improve the balance between employers and employees. Unobstructed movement of reliable data between parties enables new kind of economic growth and revival based on real information.



We offer smart solutions that help cities optimize their operations in energy use, logistics, and people-first service provision. Together with our partner network, we enable comprehensive development towards responsible, sustainable cities. Our dream of a better everyday life guides us to create vibrant communities where people are at the active center with respect for nature.



We support actors in public, private, and civic sectors by creating responsible and transparent structures through fair data economy. Our solutions give actors in society opportunities to compete on a level playing field with fair rules and within the societal framework.



We create opportunities for fair data economy on a wide scale with many cooperation and partner networks, and by bringing together various actors to solve global challenges together with us. This is a way to increase understanding of complex phenomenas and actively help develop solutions.