2013 will go down in history as the year of the startups in Italy. Not just for the high caliber exits, like that of EOS, which was sold to American company Clovis for almost 500 million dollars. Nor for the millions (six) in investments that were brought home by Jusp in April, or the 3.7 by Musixmatch, which was also recently cited by Apple as one of the best applications of 2013. Or even because GoPago was acquired by Amazon. But 2013 will also go down in history as the year of Italian startups because of the Crescita 2.0 decree of 2012 that gave definition and action to the category of innovative enterprises by guaranteeing a series of simplifications with the scope of giving a decisive push to the sector and 200 million euros of investments to get it all started. As well as because Italy beat most countries worldwide by already creating regulations for equity crowdfunding, the fruit of which we have yet to enjoy. (altro…)
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