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    Sardinia, home of start-ups, a 40-year history

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    (ANSA) – CAGLIARI, MAY 19 – 42 years have passed since the birth of Crs4 in Sardinia, a little less since the advent of the first Italian internet provider, Video online born and raised in Sardinia from an idea of ​​Nicola Grauso until the advent by Tiscali with renato Soru and the first online newspaper (according to the world on the net after the Washington Post): Unione Sarda. Today there are 221 startups that are included in the databases of the Business Register on the island. Almost 30% more, when Sardinian startups were still at 171. In recent years, investments have also increased: from 20 million in 2020 to almost 40 the following year. These are some of the numbers of the 2022 # SIOS22 Sardinia Edition – Reloaded report, the annual appointment of the cycle of meetings organized by StartupItalia which, for its second edition, lands in Cagliari.

    The main sector of activity concerns services (76.4%). Industry and crafts follow with 11.3%. And then again trade (7.2%) and agriculture (3.6%). Going even more into the details of the activities, in the majority of cases (80 startups out of 221) we talk about software production (36.1%). Then research and development (12.2%) and information services with 6.7%.

    In 28.9% of cases, startups have a number of employees between 0 and 4. A very small improvement is felt in the presence of women in startups. If last year there were 24 startups that had a prevalence of women in their team, today they are 32, 14.4%. As for the value of production, 40.7% falls within a range that goes from 0 to 100 thousand euros; while 12.6% is in the range between 100 thousand and 500 thousand euros.

    Only 1.3% is between 500 thousand euros and 1 million euros.

    Among the collections with the greatest value, the 11 million dollars obtained by Entando stand out. The startup of Walter Ambu and Paul Hinz, which builds business web applications, has closed a loan led by the United Ventures fund. Round with six zeroes also for Queryo that creates software for marketing, led by Roberto Pala, was acquired for 60% by CoMark, part of Tinexta’s Innovation & Marketing Service business unit, for the figure of 8.75 million. (HANDLE).

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