Eezy Osk

Eezy Osk is an invoicing service, founded in 2008, that enables people to work independently and entrepreneurially without establishing a company. Through the service, you can invoice your work without dealing with entrepreneur’s paperwork. It is easier, and often cheaper option than starting your own company.

Our customers are professionals from different business sectors, from farriers to university professors, and from occasional worker to full-time worker, even employing other Eezy users. Our service has more than 25 000 registered users.

Eezy is a part of VMP Group

VMP is a Finnish HR services company that has grown and consolidated the Finnish market strongly over the last years. In August 2019 VMP, expert in changing working life, and Smile, known for its positive and humane culture, united to become the front-runner of the HR services industry.

VMP Group provides also services under the brands of VMP Varamiespalvelu, Voima, Enjoy, Extraajat, Personnel, Corporate Spirit and Eezy. Altogether the company employs nearly 30 000 persons every year to all different industries and its combined revenue exceeded 250 million euro in 2018.

More information about VMP Group can be found from

The promoter of new work

As the first invoicing service company, Eezy has had an important role in developing new presumptions of work models. Over the years we have done cooperation with different authorities, such as employment offices, ELY-centres, Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment, Ministry of Social Affairs and Health.

Eezyn ja Sitran kyselytutkimus kevytyrittäjyydestäWe are constantly striving the knowledge of different actors in the sense of using invoicing services and self-employment; opportunities related to mode of operation, and other challenges which are sometimes the barriers to employment.

Light entrepreneurship as a form of self-employment

At the beginning of 2016 we published, in cooperation with Sitra, the results of a survey about light entrepreneurship. Around 1000 Eezy users participated in the survey.

Visit the summary of the survey (in Finnish)