Unique Amongst Junior Exploration Firms
First Tellurium Corp. offers investors a socially responsible exploration microcap with mineral-rich properties in exceptional jurisdictions. As an investor, not only are you investing to find metal, you’re investing in Indigenous support, responsible mineral exploration and environmental rehabilitation.
Our Cheona Metals First Indigenous partnership expands opportunities, opens up mineral ground that most companies don’t have access to and provides a vehicle for new beneficial partnerships. Through its connection with RESOLVE and the Salmon Gold Initiative, Cheona Metals is now aligned with Apple & Tiffany for sales of Responsible Gold.
Learn more about our unique partnerships here.
Our purpose is to build a new revenue model for the junior resource industry by partnering with Indigenous peoples, industry leaders, NGOs and environmental organizations. Using a scaled approach, we will create a minimal environmental footprint while building low-cost, efficient operations that allow us to begin production on a shorter timeline. We will work closely with our partners to ensure sustainable and ethical operations while building wealth and value for all stakeholders.
Our strategy is to generate revenue and share value by leveraging responsible and innovative exploration. We recognize that the future of exploration is cooperation with Indigenous peoples, funding innovation, partnerships and thinking outside of conventional exploration models.
First Tellurium's Business Model includes:
- Exploration and Mineral Discovery
- Project Development
- Project Generation
- Cooperatively Exploring First Nations Territory
- Scientific Innovation
- Sustainable Operation
* Impact investing refers to investments made into companies, organizations, and funds with the intention to generate a measurable, beneficial social or environmental impact alongside a financial return.
Leadership: Metals, Technology, First Nations Engagement
First Tellurium’s leadership provides a track record of project monetization with a board and advisory group that includes industry leaders in finance, mineral property development, Indigenous engagement and economic development, geology, mineralogy, engineering and research.