Don’t you just love Italians? Even in the worst of circumstances, we always find a way to celebrate.
Forbes Italia just released its 2020 list of 100 talented people under 30.
What do these people have in common? Many of them work in or have founded startups.
Entrepreneurs Nicolò Santin and Matteo Albrizio founded the startup Gamindo, which lets people donate to charity by playing video games – a great way to pass the time if you’re stuck at home amidst the Coronavirus pandemic.
Giuliano Blei is the founder and CEO of GoVolt, which operates 300 moped-scooters in Milan and 120 kick-scooters in Verona through its platform, providing sustainable urban mobility solutions for young people.
Amedeo Galano is the Head of Nextdoor Italy – a startup that connects neighbours, allowing them to exchange helpful information, goods, and services through its online platform.
Only 25 years old, Lorenzo Luce just raised €1.5 million for his customer intelligence SaaS platform BigProfiles.
All of these founders have needed to produce English language content – for their websites, LinkedIn pages, press kits, and more.
If you’re a startup founder, you’ll want to reach an English language audience as well.
As an Italian translator and interpreter in London with over 20 years of experience, I understand the needs and challenges of Italian businesses, and of the English-speaking market.
Would you like to be on the next Forbes Italia Top 100 List?
Clear communication is essential.
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