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Di seguito la rassegna quotidiana di notizie, articoli e approfondimenti tratti da quotidiani nazionali e internazionali scelti da Innogest:

Startup, moda e food trainano anche i «piccoli» dell’e-commerce
Prima il Black Friday, ieri il Cyber Monday, la giornata dedicata agli sconti online di importazione americana che per la prima volta si è affacciata seriamente in Italia (Sole 24 Ore)

«Cerchiamo startup in Italia. Ma please, imparate a fallire»
Il responsabile all’innovazione di Coca Cola parla del rapporto della multinazionale con l’innovazione e le startup, ma avverte: senza fallire (e bene) non si innova (StartupItalia)

How Star Wars Will Help You Raise Capital for Your Company
When you’re raising money, you’re telling a story. So who are the best stories and storytellers? Greek mythology, the Bible, George Lucas, and the Wachowski siblings (Entrepreneur)

The Unicorns With The Biggest Valuation Increases In 2015
Not only is the unicorn club growing dramatically, but the valuations of existing unicorns are swelling as well (CBInsights)

In ‘Overcrowded’ Food Delivery Market, Venture Capitalists Are Still Hungry for More
Just eight months after raising $40 million from venture capitalists, DoorDash is making another run. The San Francisco food delivery startup is in talks to raise financing at a valuation of at least $1 billion, said people with knowledge of the matter (Bloomberg Business)

Founders of Microsoft, Facebook, LinkedIn, Amazon, and more to invest in clean energy tech
Bill Gates and a group of elite private investors — including Facebook cofounder Mark Zuckerberg, Alibaba cofounder Jack Ma, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, LinkedIn cofounder Reid Hoffman, and Salesforce founder Marc Benioff, among others — on Monday announced the launch of Breakthrough Energy Coalition. (Venture Beat)

Food Tech Media Startup Funding, M&A and Partnerships: October 2015
The month of October featured two mega-deals, with First Data’s $2.56 billion IPO (valuing it at $14 billion) and the merger of China’s competing firms Meituan and Dianping, reportedly valued at $15 billion (Foodtech Connect)

Posted on 01 Dec 2015