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Dyvolve d.o.o.
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Organisation type
Small or Medium Enterprise
Address
Hrvoja Macanovića 57
HR-10000 Zagreb
Croatia
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Dyvolve is a management consulting firm (founded in 2010.) that adds value to public and private bodies in the areas of strategy, sustainable mobility, and urban environment. The organisation has substantial knowledge, experience and professional competence in mobility needs assessments, integrated mobility services modelling, designing smarter mobility and clean mobility solutions (specifically e-mobility infrastructure and service design). So far, Dyvolve has developed various strategies, studies, projects and solutions for traditional public transport service providers and operators, and innovative mobility services infrastructure operators on an EU transnational, national, regional, and local level. Specifically, the company gained experience designing, preparing, and implementing solutions in e-mobility, flexible and shared mobility services and sustainable mobility planning. Dyvolve has successfully participated in several EU co-funded projects, including the SHAREPLACE project (co-funded by Interreg Central Europe), I-SharE LIFE project (co-funded by LIFE program), and IP4MaaS project (co-funded by H2020 program).
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Economic sectors this organisation is active in:
  • PROFESSIONAL, SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL ACTIVITIES > Scientific research and development
  • PROFESSIONAL, SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL ACTIVITIES > Other professional, scientific and technical activities
  • PROFESSIONAL, SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL ACTIVITIES > Activities of head offices; management consultancy activities
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  • Investment
  • Strategic Business Partner
 
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