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We like persistent teams with big and bold ideas to improve the world in four distinctive, growing and uncorrelated industries. We believe our strategy can produce some interesting returns leveraging digital transformation of oldindustries such as finance and manufacturing, the secrets of Italian wellbeing and the worldwide recognizability of the Italian food industry
The world of finance is rapidly changing from established price comparison websites to newly created payment technology targeting a specific vertical need, such as HR or e-commerce. We like most of Fintech development with a particular appreciation for those focusing on data and b2b.
We believe that launching a Fintech company is very hard and expensive and we favour working along with a key distribution partner which we can help the entrepreneurs to connect to.
It is certainly true that software is eating the world but still 7bn+ people must be fed every day!
Everything is changing in this industry, from what we eat to how we consume, produce, distribute the food. We bet that food at the end of the next decade will be a lot different from what is today. Imagine printing out the food you want, something that has been individually produced according to your genetic needs by a robot; just a dream?
Along with a decreasing poverty, life expectancy is on the rise worldwide; we believe it͛s not only how long we live, but “how” we live. Why Italians enjoy a longer expected life with the country investing in healthcare as % of its GDP half than other countries do? What new products can impact our wellbeing? From the new fitness trackers to informal social networks, we think this industry is yet unexplored, but dense of opportunities
Data is quickly becoming a key asset for all the companies; with data production and consumption skyrocketing, we think data “interpretation” is a significant segment to play in across many industries, e.g. show the corporate buyers a real, practical use case developed on their data.
We are used to talking about “everything digital” and we see this concept entering the factory as well. Machines can talk to machines and optimise processes; sensors are installed everywhere, and AI algorithms automatically change how production is carried on.