All’evento organizzato per aprire le startup italiane a New York VentureOut si sono presentate solo tre startup. Ecco chi sono e i motivi di uno scarso successo dell’edizione 2015.
VentureOutNY, programma che consente a startupper italiani di conoscere finanziatori in Usa, ecco come funziona e la storia delle startup italiane che ce l’hanno fatta davvero
Una coppia di italiani a New York hanno lanciato una startup che è un giocattolo open source e stampato in 3D per bimbi. Si chiama Automobile 36 e lancia un messaggio ai Fablab italiani: producetela a Natale
Dalle pillole per gli anziani ai non udenti, con MEMiO, Passparyou, Icedreams, Tutored e IntendiMe nessuno resta escluso: ecco chi sono le startup che Merialdo, Magnifico e Coppola hanno accompagnato per il tour newyorkese
OpenPicus is a sort of Arduino platform for professional applications. It’s founded by Claudio Carnevali and Gabriele Allegria. The startup was the first italian invited by New York City for Global Industry Challenge
There is another startup city in the United States. It’s the city of Mayor Bill de Blasio, who want to attract the world talents. During Internet Week, he explained how he would like to sustain the startup system
“My dream is to change the whole scientific publication world”. It’s Alberto Pepe speaking. The idea of Authorea is to publish immediately all scientific articles online, where everybody can review and discuss them
Winner of the prize for the best children’s magazine of the year, accelerated in Co-Lab thanks to Zynga, now they want to move to New York. We are talking about Timbuktu Magazine, founded by two italian girls, Elena Favilli e Francesca Cavallo
Two days per week to discover and understand the Bitcoin world: meetings are held in New York. You can find 19-year-old guys, expert traders or just curious people. Is it possible to organize something like this also in Milan?
Why did Massimo Banzi, founder of Arduino, decide to celebrate Arduino’s birthday in New York? Because there isn’t just technology, like in San Francisco. Next phase of FabLabs? Genetic hacking
Time until March 31 to apply for Global Industry Challenge. Only the best 15 startups will win a full immersion into NYC’s manufacturing-tech ecosystem
Wilson: “It’s business the driver, not the government”. New York is a tech city: over 40 companies were created in incubators. Will de Blasio’s policy make startup life easier?
14 italian startups are in New York to introduce themselves to investors and to dive into the US ecosystem
Three multidisciplinary research centers linked to leading industries and student selected according to their desire to do business: this is Cornell NYC Tech. Could it be a model for italian university?
Founded in 2001 by Davide Rota, Linkem provides Internet services. It participated in Libera Impresa, where the founder told the story of his startup
Pitch is very important in a startup life. How to make the perfect one? There are some coaches, italian and foreign, that could teach it to you
16 Italian startups participated in NYC Market Accelerator, what did they learn? Some lessons that every startupper should take into consideration