Contact

Watermanweg 44, 3067 GG Rotterdam The Netherlands

Website

http://www.ecorys.com

Description

Ecorys is a leading international research and consultancy company, addressing society's key challenges. With world-class research-based consultancy, we help public and private clients make and implement informed decisions leading to positive impact on society. We support our clients with sound analysis and inspiring ideas, practical solutions and delivery of projects for complex market, policy and management issues. In 1929, businessmen from what is now Erasmus University Rotterdam founded the Netherlands Economic Institute (NEI). Its goal was to bridge the opposing worlds of economic research and business – in 2000, this much respected Institute became Ecorys. Throughout the years, Ecorys expanded across the globe, with offices in Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia. Our staff originates from many different cultural backgrounds and areas of expertise because we believe in the power that different perspectives bring to our organisation and our clients. Ecorys excels in seven areas of expertise: - Economic growth; - Social policy; - Natural resources; - Regions & Cities; - Transport & Infrastructure; - Public sector reform; - Security & Justice. Ecorys offers a clear set of products and services: - preparation and formulation of policies; - programme management; - communications; - capacity building; - monitoring and evaluation. We value our independence, our integrity and our partners. We care about the environment in which we work and live. We have an active Corporate Social Responsibility policy, which aims to create shared value that benefits society and business. We are ISO 14001 certified, supported by all our staff.

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NL-KVK-24316726

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