This website or third parties tools used by this make use of cookies necessary for the operation and useful for the purposes described in the cookie policy.
If you want to learn more or deny the approval of all or some cookies, see the cookie policy.
By closing this banner, scrolling this page, clicking on a link or continuing navigation in any other way, you consent to the use of cookies.
logoToBeVerona facebookToBeVerona twitterToBeVerona instagramToBeVerona youtubeToBeVerona

Innovative startups: Verona in the top ten of Italy

The Mise (Ministry of Economic Development) with the collaboration of Infocamere and Unioncamere, makes a quarterly check on the trend of innovative startups throughout Italy. The 2018 closed by confirming the Veneto region and Verona in the upper part of the respective rankings. The report analyzes all the innovative startups that have been registered in the special section of the Business Register for no more than five years and with an annual turnover that does not exceed five million euros. At the end of 2018 the innovative startups registered amounted to 9,758, registering an increase of 111 (+ 1.2%) compared to the end of the third quarter.


Report italian regions startups

Credit by Mise, InfoCamere, Unioncamere


Lombardy is confirmed as the leading region of innovative startups with 2417 registered in 2018 (24.8% of the total). Veneto with 854 units (8.8%) is in fourth place behind only Lombardy, Lazio and Emilia-Romagna. As for the provinces, in the first place we find Milan with 1687 startups registered in 2018, in second place Rome that touches a thousand, complete the podium Naples with 344 innovative companies. Verona is in ninth place with 178 innovative companies, up from 165 in the previous quarter.


Report italian province startups

Credit by Mise, InfoCamere, Unioncamere


If we consider the division by business sectors, in the first place we find the Italian startups that provide service to companies (72%), with particular reference to the production of software. In second place, with 18.6%, the innovative companies that work in the manufacturing sector and on the third step of the podium are the startups operating in the trade (3.8%).

Verona favors the development of companies by tradition, succeeding in forming over time an area of ​​high industrial concentration. However, the quarterly report published by Mise shows that, in recent years, Veneto region and the Verona area are turning into areas where know-how and innovation emerge as fundamental tools for local companies.

To Be Verona - Lungadige Galtarossa, 21 - 37133 Verona - info@tobeverona.it
To Be Verona è un progetto ASSIMP
assimpToBeVerona Project Management
Privacy Policy - Credits: Future Smart