StartupItalia

The 10 startups that will revolutionize publishing

The sustainability, innovation, and capacity to satisfy both the reader demand and the expectations of publishers and sponsors, is one of the challenges for both the digital and traditional publishing sector. It has been said often recently that it is truly difficult to find solutions for this sector that is in such serious economic crisis…. Read more »

di Antonio Tasso
StartupItalia

“We walked into the offices of SurveyMonkey without permission and now we are partners”

It is almost 5 in the morning in San Francisco, but Paolo Privitera is still not sleeping. “Call me quickly before I go to bed. Otherwise we can talk in 5 hours”. There’s not much time to sleep in Silicon Valley, especially if you’ve just signed a partnership agreement with a giant like SurveyMonkey. Paolo is the 36-year-old… Read more »

di Redazione
StartupItalia

Vincenzo Di Nicola: “I came back in Italy to make you believe in yourselves”

The last time we spoke together was 11 December 2013: he had just sold his technology and team to Amazon, while his startup was bought by DoubleBeam. It was quite a success for the 33-year-old Italian, Vincenzo Di Nicola, from GoPago. Today, he was a guest at the Make in Italy event by Working Capital… Read more »

di Martina Pennisi
StartupItalia

Why atomic startups are better than digital

Bits are beautiful, light and fast. But atoms represent the real challenge – and great opportunity – for a startup today in Italy. For those who want a new entrepreneurial challenge, the bearable heaviness of atoms, in fact, is very attractive economically these days – and possibly even more so than the impalpable lightness of… Read more »

di Martina Pennisi
StartupItalia

I hate to love my startup

Have you ever thought that a web site with 6 million of unique users per month could be a failure? The founder of Twicsy, 10-year startup, demonstrated that this is possible. The amazing thing is that even if he can’t find any fundings for his project, he doesn’t give up. Why? Because he totally love… Read more »

di Martina Pennisi