The week in Italian startups - Issue #53

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The week in Italian startups - Issue #53
By Niccolò Sanarico • Issue #53 • View online
Hello,
I am Niccolò and this is my digest of what happened last week in Italian startups.
In this issue: new rounds for Poke House, Cosaporto, PharmaPrime, and others; Red Circle invests in vertical farms; SECO goes public; new funds announced by Vertis and Primo Ventures; Europe VS Artificial Intelligence.
Enjoy the reading, see you on the other side,
N.

The Money
M&A and IPOs
  • SECO, an Industrial IOT company, is listing its shares on the Italian Stock Exchange. The company expects to float 37.773m shares with a price range between €3.30 and €4.15 per share (valueing the company between €264.6m and €332.8m).
  • Healthware Group, a “digital health” consulting company, announced the acquisition of London-based SWM (Streaming Well Motion).
New Funds
Reading this week
UIPath is moving the needle in CEE.
UIPath is moving the needle in CEE.
Jobs in Italian startups
  • You can explore 🔍 open positions here. Feel free to share the link with your contacts.
  • Add new open positions using this form 📥 forward this to your CEO or HR person - the more open positions, the more relevant the list, the more it will travel across the web. Thank you! 🙏🏻
Ending notes
Cubbit, a distributed and privacy-oriented cloud storage startup (and one of Primo Ventures portfolio companies), is offering a discount on its cells that 🇮🇹 I am happy to share. The company also pledged to donate to The Ocean Cleanup for each cell purchased through the link above. 🐳
Take care and have a great week, ✌🏻
Nico
Supported by VC Hub Italia
Supported by VC Hub Italia
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Niccolò Sanarico

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