Welcome to Wevolve Consulting

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As we strive to optimize together We Evolve…Wevolve! We are happy and honored you are visiting us. May you find the information you are looking for and if not, please contact us. Our first consultation is complimentary. Navigate to your liking and we’d love to hear back from you. Let’s evolve together.

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Industries Served

We have >20 years of global experience in a multitude of industries, ranging from Fortune 100 multinational companies to midsize, small and individually owned boutique firms.

Here are some of our customers we had the privilege of serving: Rockwell Automation, Royal Dutch Shell, State Farm Insurances, Cytec Industries, Hilton International, Siemens, Heineken, Royal Vopak Logistics & Distribution Services, Finalist Software and KinBall Québec, in the following industries:



Finance & Legal


Hospitality & Food + Beverage

Pharmaceutical & Chemical


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About Debby

Debby Struijk started her consulting career back in 1994 in the Netherlands, executing projects for companies such as Royal Dutch Shell, Cytec Industries and Heineken, covering a wide array of assignments in e.g. performance management systems optimization, establishing job education levels to bench-marking expatriate policies.  Debby obtained her B.S. Degree in International Human Resources Management at the University of Rotterdam. She enjoyed earning a unique global corporate perspective by living and working in different countries as she collaborated with key leadership abroad in different continents, where focus lay on standardizing and improving policies, procedures and processes while embracing cross cultural effectiveness and thinking out of the box.

They Say…

“Mindfulness is a state of being fully present, aware of oneself and other people, and sensitive to one’s reactions to stressful situations. Leaders who are mindful tend to be more effective in understanding and relating to others and motivating them toward shared goals. Hence, they become more effective in leadership roles.”

William W. George
Professor of management practice, Harvard Business School