First of all, let me say I love Chile. I was in Santiago last year and I put the city on the top of my list, when it comes to places I would live in. However, I am biased. Italy is the country I grew up in, and by all means, it rocks. There is… Read more »
Twenty-two years after the murder of the two judges Falcone and Borsellino, a proposal has been made in Catania to re-use the patrimonies confiscated from the mafia for investments in innovative enterprises. Salvo Mizzi, founder of Working Capital has launched the appeal #22annidopo in the presence of Graziano Delrio, undersecretary for the Premiership of Ministers,… Read more »
The kick-off of 2014 Internet Week in NYC (May 19) had a special guest speaker, the Mayor Bill de Blasio. For the first time he addressed the City’s tech community. Mr. de Blasio acknowledged the importance of the tech industry in NYC, mentioning that it represents 291,000 high-quality jobs. And he opened the door to all… Read more »
Guess where Massimo Banzi, the Italian co-founder and ceo of Arduino (and also co-founder and chairman of Make in Italy) decided to celebrate Arduino Day (March 29)? In New York City, the emerging hub for experimenting new cool stuff in tech & manufacturing. I met him at the Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) at the Tisch… Read more »
If you are an innovative new manufacturing company, hurry up: you have time until March 31 to enter the Global Industry Challenge. It’s a program organized by the New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) “geared towards companies with a customer-ready product/service, an established market in their home country/region, the financial capability to seriously enter… Read more »
Will the new Mayor Bill de Blasio make it easier or more difficult to create a successful startup in New York City? That’s a $1 billion question. And probably it’s too early to answer, after only two months under the new administration.
According to a post on the company’s blog, Gnammo, an Italian social eating platform, raised a pre-seed funding from Club Italia Investimenti 2.
“The way to tell your story is very important and the Italian startuppers I saw at the Demo Night have a lot of room to improve their pitch”, observed Alessandro Piol, one of the investors attending the event organized by VentureOutNY on December the 3rd in New York (see previous post).
190 million euros for innovative businesses in southern Italy: the new Thousand.
When folded up it is the size of a surfboard. It is assembled like a tent, and in just 5 minutes you have a 3.5 meter-long boat. Gps Easyboat is a gem of a design created with artisan know-how. It is a fold-up boat that is easy and safe to transport.