The “Startup Europe” initiative

Jun 25, 2019

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Have you obtained a visa through the Startup Visa Italy program and moved to Italy to establish your Startup company? Are you a startup founder?

Then you may be interested into “Startup Europe”, an initiative of the European Commission designed to connect startups, investors, accelerators, entrepreneurs, corporate networks, universities, and the media through a range of networks.

Startup Europe is advised by a group of high level recognized Tech leaders at the Startup Europe high-level group of advisors. Furthermore, it intends to connect local startup ecosystems around Europe and enhance their capacity to invest in other markets such as Silicon Valley or India. Not less important, it celebrates the European entrepreneurs’ success, making it visible and rewarding.

More information about Startup Europe please find in the link below:
https://ec.europa.eu/digital-single-market/en/policies/startup-europe

 


If you intend to relocate to Italy to set up an innovative start-up business, the “Italy Startup Visa” could be a suitable visa option for you.

We can assist clients with every step of the process, from the clearance application until the collection of the residence permit. Contact us for a free quote, we would be delighted to help you reach your targets and goals.

More information on Italy Startup Visa please find in the link below:

Italy Startup Visa

 

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