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Incubators and accelerators in Italy: the Social Innovation Monitor updated statistics

According to the 2020 report of Social Innovation Monitor (SIM), there are 212 incubators and accelerators in Italy, 15 more than last year. Approx. 60% of these companies are located in the north of Italy, mainly in Lombardy (26%), and Emilia Romagna (13%). 9% of them are located in Lazio. Private sponsors own more than…

Guaranteed loans to innovative start-ups and SMEs: the 2020 statistics

According to the quarterly report produced by the Directorate-General for Industrial Policy, Competitiveness and SMEs of MISE, in collaboration with MedioCredito Centrale, as of December 2020 the Guarantee Fund for SMEs has provided guarantees on € 2,5 billion of granted loans to Italian innovative start-ups and SMEs, guaranteeing over € 2 billion of those loans.…

The new investment bonus for innovative start-ups and SMEs – Interview with Marco Sandoli, Partner at Di Tanno Associati

Marco Sandoli is Partner at Di Tanno Associati, a notable tax and legal consultancy firm in Italy, with offices in Milan and Rome. Marco is also Member of IFA (International Fiscal Association) and of the Board of Statutory Auditors of several industrial companies and financial intermediaries. He is an expert in corporate taxation, international taxation,…

Statistics on Italian scale-ups: the 2020 analysis of Mind the Bridge

According to the 2020 Tech Scaleup Country ranking, an analysis published by Mind the Bridge with the support of AWS, Italy ranked 10th in terms of number of tech scale-ups in the European landscape, and 11th in terms of capital raised. The analysis takes into account tech and digital companies that have raised over $…

Italian venture capital market: the EY Venture Capital Barometer 2020

Despite the Covid-19 pandemic, 2020 confirmed the growing trend of Venture Capital in Italy. According to EY Venture Capital Barometer 2020 – an EY’s analysis in collaboration with VC Hub Italia – the total capital raised by Italian start-ups and scale-ups from professional investors (venture capital funds, corporate venture capitals, family offices and business angels)…

Interview with Micaela Illy, co-founder of EatsReady, the first digital alternative solution to traditional meal vouchers

Micaela Illy is co-founder of EatsReady, the first digital alternative solution to traditional meal vouchers. Micaela is also the Board Member at Gruppo Illy, Agrimontana, and Prestat Ltd. Before EatsReady, Micaela worked in business consulting at Boston Consulting Group (BCG). Micaela received a MSc in Management from the London Business School and graduated in Biology…

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