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Come stanno le startup in Italia? Una su due non ha il sito funzionante
Poco meno di una startup su due, precisamente il 44%, ha un sito funzionamente. Ed è andata anche benino rispetto allo scorso anno quando la percentuale era superiore al 50 per cento. Almeno così si legge nella Terza edizione del Report StartupSEO realizzato da Instilla, digital agency specializzata in conversion marketing. E arriva in un momento di grande fermento per la scena “startuppara” con venture capital e addetti ai lavori in stato di grande eccitazione per la promessa di almeno un miliardo di euro attraverso il fondo innovazione per stimolare gli investimenti in startup. (Fonte: Il Sole 24 Ore)

SoftBank-backed Nuro launches autonomous grocery delivery service in Houston
On the heels of its massive $940 million funding from the SoftBank Vision Fund, Nuro is launching in its second market. Nuro  first launched its self-driving grocery delivery service in Scottsdale, Ariz. in August. Now, Nuro is expanding its partnership with grocer Kroger to launch in Houston, Texas. The service will be available through two of Kroger’s  stores in Houston to reach customers in four local ZIP codes. Since first partnering with Kroger, Nuro has completed thousands of deliveries to customers. (Fonte: TechCrunch)

Uber plans to kick off IPO in April
Ride-hailing company Uber Technologies Inc is planning to kick off its initial public offering in April, putting it close on the heels of smaller rival Lyft Inc, people familiar with the matter said on Thursday. Next month, Uber will issue its required public disclosure, known as an S-1, and launch its investor roadshow, the people said. Those events will set in motion the Wall Street debut of one of Silicon Valley’s most closely watched companies. The timing for Uber’s IPO means it will most likely hit public markets soon after Lyft completes its own public offering, which is expected to happen by the end of March, people familiar with the matter said. Uber declined to comment. (Fonte: Reuters)

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