We are guided by entrepreneurship, ethicality, mutual respect and customer insight.
At Taaleri, entrepreneurship is all about working hard and assuming responsibility for one’s results. We are bold and enthusiastic about our work, making big things happen together.
By ethicality, we mean our responsibility for doing things right and following the rules that bind us all. All our employees take initiative, make their own choices and stand behind them.
For us, mutual respect means never leaving anyone behind. We are all colleagues who value each other’s work. We strengthen our entrepreneurial culture and cherish our positive work community.
Customer insight is about listening to customers and understanding their needs and goals. We are active and caring. We want to give our customers something more. Meeting us is always worth your while.
"Trust and mutual respect between people is the cornerstone of a successful business. For me, mutual respect means that each team member is committed to working for the whole team and towards a common goal. We value and respect each other and place equal value on everyone’s work. We support and help one another as well as discuss things openly. We also remember to smile and ask “How are you doing?”. Mutual respect promotes a healthy working environment." Elina Ervamaa
“Ethicalness is about always making the right choices in every situation. It is a built-in way of operating that guides acting with respect for others and fairness. Everyone is responsible to others and themselves for the decisions they make, decisions they can stand behind with integrity.” Kati Salo
"To me, customer insight means getting to the bottom of the company’s business goals and needs. In my opinion, thorough preparation by itself is not enough as deeper understanding usually evolves in customer meetings and interaction. This way, together with our clients, we can find ways for companies to achieve their goals and solve other business-related challenges." Peter Lallukka
“Entrepreneurship, to me, represents freedom and also accountability for my own actions. I can push my own boundaries and build something new. I’m solely accountable for my successes and failures, and it forces a constant focus on the essential.” Antti Törmänen