15 miliardi di fondi per le startup europee. Oltre 300 investitori dediti a round di serie A e B e finanziamenti seed, messi su una mappa e in una lista in continuo aggiornamento. Gli autori di questo approfondimento, utilissimo per chi vuole sapere cosa si muove in Europa, sono stati i ragazzi di TechStars Berlin.
Un ciclo di incontri dedicati ai docenti di Storia dell’Arte. Mondadori Education, in occasione dell’uscita del nuovo volume “Dentro l’arte” ha coinvolto sette grandi musei italiani che ospiteranno fino ad aprile altrettanti seminari in cui si approfondiranno argomenti di Storia dell’arte alla ricerca di una metodologia innovativa per l’insegnamento dell’arte a scuola.
The Italian legislation and its practical applications as opportunities for startups and their partners
Two innovative Masters to shape the sought professional positions in the market. Thanks to TAG Innovation School
StartupItalia! is following Ford in the initiative that the automotive brand launched on the occasion of the broadcast television Masterchef Italy. Every Thursday Eataly Roma Ostiense hosts the Ford Social Restaurant: the only restaurant where you just need a tweet to dine. The tablemates will indeed be offered a gourmet dinner in exchange for a live twitting to do during the evening with the influencers attending the dinner and a special guest.
The Safer Internet Day is the global day dedicated to raising awareness about online safety and security.
Concept and graphic design of the “Youth Manifesto for a Safer Internet” by Microsoft Italy and “Mondo Digitale” Fundation developed in collaboration with Italian National Police, in infographics and Sway presentation format.
Startup Europe Week is an initiative promoted by the European Commission and Startup Europe, established with the aim of creating a shared moment to help European startups to grow both in their domestic market and abroad. The first edition took place from the 1st to 5th of February 2016, in each of 28 Member States. As StartupItalia! we got directly involved in the organization of the Milanese event and in the storytelling of the whole initiative in Italy, that included 31 events raising the attention on the startup ecosystem status quo in all Italian regions.
Only a few years ago, startups were a niche. Then they’ve got to be a nice buzzword, beloved by enthusiast storytellers in search of new heroes. Now they are a movement. An economic movement. Take a look at what is happening today, and for the whole week, in more than 200 european cities, from Helsinki to Lisbon, from London to Athens. Thousands of people are getting together in their communities to stand-up. Different countries, different stories, different political views and there is only one common message, strong and clear: Startups are here to stay and to change Europe’s economic landscape for the better.