26 December 2018
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One of the partners of the project that will accompany it to become a true innovation hub is Nana Bianca, whose involvement is particularly strategic due to its great experience in developing digital businesses and supporting innovative companies in their growth.
Nana Bianca is a startup studio based in Florence that boasts 20 years of experience in the tech and digital world and has more than 45 startups in its portfolio including established companies such as Viralize, Vino75, Depop and Instal.
It has launched 5 startups with the Startup Studio method and operates in Europe, America and Asia.
It is also an accelerator that collects 600 applications per year from which it selects a dozen companies for its mentorship path.
Founded in 2012 from the experience of Alessandro Sordi, Paolo Barberis and Jacopo Marello, Nana Bianca has its roots in 1995: veterans of the Italian web will remember the Dada project, the first web company to be listed on the stock exchange at the beginning of the 2000s.
From that highly successful experience, and at a time when the time was ripe for "a new way of doing business" - as founder Sordi defines it - Nana Bianca was born, capitalizing on the spirit of exploration, the desire for innovation and the deep knowledge of innovative business models.
In the1500 square meters Florentine headquarters, the Nana Bianca team works closely with experienced startup and business managers to create profitable synergies between young people with good ideas and investors.
There are more than 45 successful projects developed by Nana Bianca, in which 200 professionals are highly specialized in operating in a highly innovative context, with excellent teams, solid ideas and rapid business scalability.
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