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Portuguese venture capital firm Lince Capital is leading a €2.5 million investment in EVIO to accelerate electric mobility

Portuguese venture capital firm Lince Capital is leading a €2.5 million investment in EVIO to accelerate electric mobility

Lince Capital, an independent Portuguese venture capital firm, led a €2.5 million seed investment round, which was successfully concluded by EVIO, a Portuguese startup that sells integrated solutions for the electric mobility and energy management sector.

EVIO has developed a SaaS platform that provides fully integrated services to multiple stakeholders along the value chain of the electric vehicle (EV) charging ecosystem, such as EV users (through a mobile app), but also fleet managers and charging infrastructures (through a web). . program).

Thus, the various services include smart fleet management, management of charging stations, and the provision of charging services in public and private parking spaces, both in Portugal and in other countries.

Moreover, in the national territory, EVIO is also an electricity supplier for electric mobility, providing 100% green electricity.

The investment raised will allow the company to accelerate its commercial expansion process and continue to invest significantly in innovation and development of its technology platform. The company also intends to hire employees, expected to reach 57 employees by 2024.

The startup has recently made a new range of white label products available to other entities, such as the partnerships established with the Automóvel Clube de Portugal (ACP), which led to the launch of the ACP Electric app, with the Salvador Caetano Group under the Go umbrella. .Charge brand, finally, with Hyundai under the Hyundai Blue brand.

“EVIO's founders recognized that growth in production and demand for electric vehicles requires innovative solutions, both in terms of charging infrastructure and fleet management. EVIO's unique and integrated positioning is essential to respond to this growing need and, in this way, continue to increase its market share and establish itself as a reference platform in the sector Electric mobility.

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In turn, Carlos Almeida, CEO of EVIO, emphasized that “this investment by Lince Capital represents an important moment for EVIO. We are excited to not only accelerate our expansion, but also drive the continuous innovation that defines our platform.

“This financial contribution reinforces our mission to lead the transformation of the electric mobility ecosystem, delivering solutions that not only meet current market needs, but also anticipate future challenges. With the support of Lince Capital, we will expand our team and strengthen our position in a rapidly evolving sector.”