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The week in Italian startups - Issue #56

The week in Italian startups - Issue #56
By Niccolò Sanarico • Issue #56 • View online
Hello,
I am Niccolò and this is my digest of what happened last week in Italian startups.
In this issue: Breadcrumbs, X-Next, and others raise capital; Tannico raises capital and acquires a French competitor; a controversial exit for Oval; Edison sells a minority stake in its renewable energy arm; CDP launches XJobs.
Enjoy the reading, see you on the other side,
N.

The Money
M&A
Google vs Italian antitrust
Alphabet was fined €102m by the Italian antitrust for limiting an Enel-x application on Android auto.
Readings this week
Jobs in CDP network
CDP Venture Capital released XJobs, a job board aggregating open positions from all the startups in the CDP ecosystem.
Jobs in Italian startups
  • You can explore 🔍 open positions here. Feel free to share the link with your contacts.
  • Whether you are or not in the CDP ecosystem, you are welcome to add new open positions using this form 📥 . Or, forward the link to your CEO or HR person - the more open positions, the more relevant the list, the more it will travel across the web, the more candidates will see it. Thank you! 🙏🏻
Ending notes
Jobs in Italian Startups is only a month old, and it already has a well-funded direct competitor. I should have asked myself “What if CDP does the same?”. 😆
Just kidding: the more support for our entrepreneurs, the better. 😉
Have a great week,
N.
Supported by VC Hub Italia
Supported by VC Hub Italia
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Niccolò Sanarico

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