Etteplan corporate resposibility

Corporate Responsibility

Responsibility at Etteplan
Etteplan Responsibility

Etteplan has a positive impact on solving global challenges, both through its own operations and through its work with customers. We provide various industries with solutions that enable our customers to pursue sustainable and future-proof growth. Our operations have an impact on our personnel, environment, customers and society as a whole.

Our most significant environmental and social impacts happen through our work with customers. We promote sustainable development every day as we create more eco-friendly, efficient and energy-saving solutions for our customers and help them achieve success.

Development areas for 2022:

  • Drafting a sustainability program
  • Updating the career model
  • Developing diversity and inclusion


Read more in Annual Report 

Social Responsibility
Etteplan Social and Personnel Responsibility

Etteplan’s corporate culture is characterized by a strong spirit of entrepreneurship and development as well as caring and taking responsibility. The same spirit is present in our values: customer oriented, proactive and attractive.

Social Responsibility development areas for 2022:

  • Implementing updated career model
  • Professional growth to be addressed in all development discussions
  • Continued equality
  • Increasing and supporting diversity

Go to Social & Personnel Responsibility page

Environmental Responsibility
Etteplan Environmental Responsibility

The environmental impacts of Etteplan’s own operations are minor. Our best opportunity to make an impact comes through the knowledge of our experts and the work we do for our customers in helping them to conserve energy, reduce emissions and develop sustainable products and services.

Environmental Responsibility goals for 2022:

  • Increasing environmental awareness and incorporating sustainability thinking into engineering and design work
  • Reducing electricity consumption at offices -3% vs 2021
  • Reducing the CO2 level (g/km) of the company’s leased cars -2 g/km vs 2021

Go to Environmental Responsibility page

Economic Responsibility
Etteplan financial targets

We are a growth company. Our target is to reach a revenue of EUR 500 million by 2024. In 2021, our revenue exceeded EUR 300 million for the first time.

Financial targets for 2020 - 2024:

  • >500 Revenue, EUR million
  • >50% Share of Revenue coming from outside of Finland more than 50 percent
  • 75% The share of Revenue represented by Managed Services (Managed Services Index, MSI) 75 percent
  • 10% Operating profit (EBITA) 10 percent of Revenue

Read more about our financial targets and financial responsibility.

We continuously develop our sustainability

Our operations are guided by our Code of Conduct, values and stakeholder engagement. We also have our own Quality, Environment, Health and Safety (QEHS) policy in place. We take the special characteristics of our operating countries into account in our work. At Etteplan, we see sustainability as a theme that spans the entire value chain. We also take sustainability into account when choosing partners. We continuously develop our sustainability efforts at the Group level and at the country level. The overall responsibility for Etteplan’s corporate responsibility lies with the Senior Vice President, Marketing and Communications, who is also a member of the Management Group. Members of the Management Group are each, for their part, responsible for ensuring that sustainability is included in everything we do. We base our sustainability reporting on the international Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) reporting framework.

Etteplan-corporate-responsibilityB.jpgReporting principles and GRI Index

Etteplan is reporting for the sixth time on its corporate responsibility using the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) reporting framework. The report contains basic information on the GRI Standards (Core level). Etteplan reports on corporate responsibility annually. The Company’s reporting is based on a materiality analysis on responsibility (2015).More in our Annual Report 


Material topics of responsibility 

Etteplan determined the material topics of its corporate responsibility in 2015 by interviewing key external stakeholders and the Company’s own personnel. The management validated the results of the interviews to create the Company’s materiality matrix for responsibility, with the key topics being financial growth as well as personnel development  and commitment.

Etteplan materiality chart


Code of Conduct Etteplan Code of conduct

Our Code of Conduct includes 16 statements that we commit to in our operations. All Etteplan’s employees and partners are expected to comply with these principles and practices.More on our Code of Conduct 



Stakeholder EngagementEtteplan corporate responsibility stakeholder expectations

In our operations, Etteplan strives for open dialogue with all stakeholders. Etteplan takes stakeholders’ views and expectations into consideration and aims to respond to them in the best possible manner.More in our Annual ReviewStatement of non-financial information 2022