Benefits of membership

A membership in GEORANGE non-profit organization will give you the following benefits.

 

Access to different kinds of networks
· to host or arrange different types of meetings
· create connections and spread information
· company development

 

Connections with the authorities
· a neutral coordinator between public and private participants
· competens bank

 

Coorganizer at seminars
· the possibility to use Georange list of contacts and networks for own arrangements
· coordinator at different types of arrangements
· planning of public arrangements

 

Discount when participating at Georange seminars
· free of charge to participate at Georange seminars
· discount for EuroMineExpo 2010

 

The possibility to use Georange in your marketing
· members can advertise at Georange web site
· a possibility to publish articles/reports at Georange web site.


Connections within the ”political world”
· contribute with competence when creating strategies within the environmental- and equality area.
· participate in, and act as intermediary, with relevant political structures
· contribute with competence to decision maker

 

News coverage
· supply a relevant and currently interesting news coverage on the web site
· supply relevant news within the Georange network

 

Establish contacts
· establish contacts with and between companies, Universities and public participants
· identify and establish contacts with ”key persons”
· arrange meetings between relevant participants
· advice on methods when dealing with different kinds of interests for the same land area
· coorganizer for arrangements to a wide spread public

 

The cost for a membership in Georange non-profit organization is 5 000 SEK per year. For membership please fill out the this document and send a scanned copy to chairman Lennart Gustavsson.


GEORANGE activity

For the year 2017, GEORANGE will focus on three areas.

1. To secure a recurring meeting place for mining, mineral and associated industries in the north of Sweden.
2. Finding and forming a working network of companies, academic and public participants.
3. To create constructive and efficient methodologies to be used in case of activities overlapping in time within the same land areas.