DoveVivo has reached yet another milestone and positioned itself among the top 50 companies (47th) in terms of 2017 turnover, taken from the 350 chosen companies in the “Leader della Crescita 2019” ranking: this includes the Italian companies, across different industrial sectors, who have set themselves apart through their performance. We are delighted to be among the figures included in this study, which is promoted by Sole24ore in collaboration with the international data provider Statista, who have analysed the Italian companies that saw a double figure growth in the three-year period between 2014 and 2017.
Between 2013 and 2017, DoveVivo recorded an average growth in turnover of 38% (63% from its inception in 2007 to the present day), reaching 15.5 million euro in the last year. This growth was also supported by a substantial digitisation process that aimed to improve the efficiency of internal and external processes and the service offered to tenants and property owners. This trend shows no sign of slowing down: the company is forecasting 22 million in consolidated revenue for 2018 and 100 million for 2022. The company, which employs 80 people with an average age of 31, is also among the top 100 in terms of job creation: it ranks 73rd for percentage of job growth between 2014 and 2017.
This general data becomes even more significant if we consider the regional and sector-based cross-section: in reality, DoveVivo is positioned in seventh place for turnover in 2017 when compared to other Milan-based companies; it is second in the country for turnover in the real estate sector and the number one real estate company in the Lombardy capital.
The “Leader della Crescita 2019” ranking is the latest in a string of important recognitions received by the company, which include its listing in the “FT1000”, the prestigious Financial Times ranking that brings more than 50,000 companies from 31 European countries together, for two consecutive years.
“After being chosen as one of the thousand fastest growing companies in Europe for two consecutive years by the Financial Times, we are proud of this recognition and being part of a pool of Italian companies who are growing fast and creating jobs, despite the complexity of the economic situation,” says Valerio Fonseca, the Managing Director. “We have achieved these results thanks to the passion that our whole team puts into their work every day and the dash of forward thinking and determination that led us to believe in our business idea and move forward with it in a complex country like Italy.”