The 28 Italian startups to watch, according to top VCs

Italy’s tech scene has not quite taken off in recent years in the same way as other parts of Europe. Just $447m in VC money was invested into Italian startups last year, which was actually down from 2019 and a tenth of the investment that went into either France or Germany. 

But despite this, there have been some notable success stories — for example Milan-based Freeda Media raising nearly €30m and Talent Garden raising €60m over recent funding rounds — and some VCs see a country filled with hidden gems and emerging talent. 

But which are the startups to watch?

To find out, Sifted spoke to three Italian VC funds — P101, 360 Capital and United Ventures — and asked them about the most promising Italian…

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