The week in Italian startups - Issue #92

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The week in Italian startups - Issue #92
By Niccolò Sanarico • Issue #92 • View online
Hello,
I am Niccolò from Primo Ventures. Welcome back to my digest of the latest news from the Italian startup ecosystem.
In this (brief) issue: Giffoni Innovation Hub raises funding, while P101 and Intesa invest abroad. New capital for LIFTT, Startup Bakery, Magic Spectrum, and Terra Next. Exits for Iubenda and Storeden.
Enjoy the reading,
N.

The Money
Fundraising
  • LIFTT, a deep-tech investment holding, 🇮🇹raised €12m from Azimut.
  • Startup Bakery, a startup studio, 🇮🇹raised €1.95m.
  • Magic Spectrum, an IoT and 5G startup accelerator, raised €3m from CDP VC.
  • CDP VC also invested €3.8m in Terra Next, an agri-food / sustainable economy accelerator. Banca Intesa contributed an additional €1.3m to the program.
M&A
Reading this week
Fundraising tracker
Every week, I’m posting a fundraising tracker based on the news I publish.
Ending Notes
Join the conversation between Giacomo Mollo and myself commenting on the latest news, every Monday at 6:30 pm CET (follow us on Twitter for a live reminder and the link: Nico / Jack). If you miss the live discussion, you can subscribe to our podcast on SpotifyApple Podcast, and other podcast platforms.
Have a great week,
N.
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Niccolò Sanarico

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