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Why Italy

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by Fabrizio Capobianco on 24 August 2013

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Transcript of Why Italy

Why Italy?
Fabrizio Capobianco, Funambol President
Why Italy?
Well educated, smart and creative
Hard working
Competitively priced
For More Information

Fabrizio Capobianco

Facebook: fabrizio.capobianco
Twitter: fabricapo

www.siliconvalleyitalia.com
Why Italy
in software?
Steps to a
Silicon Valley
in Italy
Software is creativity
Creativity is in the Italian DNA
Intellectual Property
legal protection
is extremely good
Shopping is great,
tourism is exceptional,
food is fantastic,
weather is nice
and people are really friendly
Employees are
naturally loyal
Attract foreign (US) capital to boost R&D in Italy, via offshoring and outsourcing
Foreign (US) based companies with Italian R&D
(started in Italy and “flipped”,
or started overseas with recruiting in Italy)
Italian software companies
focused on pure outsourcing
with sales in the US
Develop an Italian-focused
Venture Capital system,
with foreign (US) capital
Develop an Italian-based
Venture Capital system,
with Italian capital
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Entrepreneurial
Entrepreneurs per capita (percentage of the population)
Source: IMD World Competitiveness Online, 2004
Source: OCSE on the Wall Street Journal, May 2008
Source: IBM/LPI, 2004
Source: Confartigianato on Corriere della Sera, July 2009
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