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EVIO has raised funds from Lince Capital for its international expansion

EVIO has raised capital from Lince Capital, a Portuguese private equity firm, in order to fund its international expansion and reinforce its commercial activity.

EVIO has developed a smart and agnostic platform that connects car drivers, charging points owners and all the relevant players in the ecosystem, with a sustainable business model that incentivizes charging, sharing and monetization of charging networks. The company is at the forefront of software technology to help businesses transition from fossil fuel to electric powered fleets of vehicles and to make tools available for businesses wanting to benefit from this massive transition. Its technology allows a better usage of private and public charging networks and an intelligent management of charging needs for both businesses and customers. It also generates additional revenue from installed charging points through sharing and monetization.

Oaklins’ team in Portugal advised EVIO on the fundraising process.

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 Pedro  Pinheiro

Pedro Pinheiro

Partner
Lisbon, Portugal
Oaklins Portugal
 Mariana  Gomes

Mariana Gomes

Associate Director
Lisbon, Portugal
Oaklins Portugal

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