StartupItalia

Mr. WCap: “Let’s give a billion from the mafia to innovative enterprises”

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 »

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
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Working Capital is back to work

These 15 startups were chosen from amongst 1.200 submissions, and were each awarded an enterprise grant of 25,000 Euros. They spent July studying at the centres in Rome, Catania and Milan, and now, following the summer break, it’s time for them to return to work at Working Capital.

di Alessio Nisi
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Catania, startup on Campus

There will be debates, workshops and information on the economic sustainability of companies, internationalisation, marketing, the creation of business plans, the collection of funds, the social responsibilities of companies, time management, presentation and powers of negotiation. Guests from all over the world will talk about and trial new business models with people from all backgrounds…. Read more »

di Alessio Nisi