Lilith Cooperative was founded in 1997 by a bunch of musicians and cultural producers. Today Lilith is Finland’s biggest cooperative of its kind. We have 450+ members across Finland with 3M€ turnover. Lilith members work widely throughout the creative fields – visual communication, arts, cultural production and development, and wellbeing. We are also a production house and a publisher, with many of Finland’s top artists on board.
"Made for sharing"
Lilith’s core innovation, developed together with its members, is a business model, where the members work on projects as employees.
We have also developed an extensive member platform for financial administration, guidance and communication. Lilith’s original values – independence and quality of work, equality of members, joy and friendship – still remain. Meet our members
Our way of working
The collaborative form of working has many benefits. It electrifies people to learn from each other, it encourages sharing and trust, and builds a sustainable working culture where everyone is an equal member in terms of social protection.
Lilith tackles real employment issues by providing safe and secure work environment, a place to concentrate on the multitude of professions and skills. When our members work on a project, they are employed by the coop for a shorter or longer term contract and we carry the responsibilities of an employer.
Currently the coop is focusing on their internal concepts for easy collaborations, shared projects and joint communications, along with taking part in the international movement of cooperatives for better future. >> Read more on Finnish working cooperatives
Netta Norro +358 (0)40 561 8004
Maria Salmenhaara +358 (0)45 617 4114
Sari Tuunainen +358 (0)40 630 3424
Sari Lassila +358 (0)50 441 4447
Jaana Vainikka +358 (0)45 690 7191
VAT NR. FI10838835
Electronic invoice address FI3410143000207825
Operator NORDEA (NDEAFIHH)
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