The week in Italian startups - Issue #58

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The week in Italian startups - Issue #58
By Niccolò Sanarico • Issue #58 • View online
Hello,
I am Niccolò and this is my digest of what happened last week in Italian startups.
In this issue: new funding rounds for Commerce Layer, Timeflow, Fido, and others; Primo Space Fund invests in Spain; CDP has a new head, and invests €40m a robotic technology park; Facile.it acquires MiaCar; Riello Investimenti announces an agrifood VC fund.
Enjoy the reading, see you on the other side,
N.

The Money
CDP
  • Cassa Depositi e Prestiti, the Italian state bank, has a new head, Dario Scannapieco.
  • CDP Venture Capital announced a €40m investment in the creation of RoboIT, a tech transfer park specialized in robotics. The project involves a network of universities (Università di Napoli Federico II, Università degli Studi di Verona, and Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna di Pisa), the IIT, Leonardo SpA, and investors such as Pariter Partners, Cysero EuVeca, and Eureka! Ventures.
What are other investors up to?
M&A
Open VC
Reading this week
Jobs in Italian startups
  • You can explore 🔍 open positions here. Feel free to share the link with your contacts.
  • 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
The ENEA Tech drama that I spoke about in the last issue 🇮🇹unfolded during the week, as the proposal to pivot the foundation into investing in vaccine research was confirmed by the government. The official website already has a new “change in progress” landing page. Another proof of the inconsistency of our government that I would like not to witness anymore.
Have a great week, and keep pushing!
N.
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Niccolò Sanarico

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