Soddisfazione startup. Per ripartire

Un rapporto della Banca d’Italia scritto da Antonella Magliocco e Giacomo Ricotti analizza lo stato del venture capital in Italia. Ovviamente segnalandone l’arretratezza senza mezzi termini. Ma c’è una pagina positiva e riguarda l’innovazione normativa introdotta l’anno scorso a favore delle startup e dell’ecosistema dell’innovazione:

In Italy an important turning point occurred in October 2012, with Decree Law No. 179/2012 (the “Growth Decree-2”) which introduced a specific and detailed package of measures in support of start-ups. The rationale of the new provisions is clarified in Article 25.1 of the same Decree: to support the development of a new entrepreneurial culture, to create an ecosystem that is more geared towards innovation, and to promote social mobility and the attraction of talent and capital to Italy from abroad.
This was the first time that Italian policy makers addressed the topic in a comprehensive way, examining all the tax issues concerning supply/demand along the VC industry’s value chain. In addition to the new tax rules, the decree introduces several measures aimed at speeding up incorporation procedures, simplifying corporate governance and increasing the flexibility of labour rules for temporary employees hired in innovative start-ups in the first four years of activity.

È una soddisfazione. Una valutazione positiva del lavoro svolto in una materia tanto complessa proveniente dalla Banca d’Italia è un grande incoraggiamento per tutti coloro che hanno dato un piccolo o un grande contributo. Che serve a preparare una nuova fase di innovazione normativa e culturale per rendere l’Italia più ospitale per gli innovatori.

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