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Società

Lovli.it

Lovli, an Italian community and ecommerce platform dedicated to design products, raised €520k in funding. Backers included angels from the Italian Angels for Growth and other four unnamed investors. The company intends to use the funds to continue to grow its operations, expand internationally and go mobile. Launched in 2012 by Tiziano Pazzini and Alberto Galimberti, Lovli.it operates an ecommerce platform dedicated to interior design products including furniture items and accessories from popular brands and emerging designers. So far, over 10k products from over 400 Italian designers and brands have been sold via the platform, which has 100k subscribers and 100k Facebook Fans. The company also offers content via a design magazine Fonte FinSmes: http://www.finsmes.com/2014/04/lovli-raises-e520k-in-funding.html

Startup Innovativa

SmartTouch

ORDINARE È FACILE, VELOCE E DIVERTENTE Siete pronti? Immaginate cosa significherà in termini di risparmio di tempo, efficienza e qualità del servizio? Per accoppiare tavolo e cliente SmartTouchMenu utilizza un tag NFC (Near Field Communication), una tecnologia innovativa ormai in dotazione alla maggior parte di SmartPhone e tablet di ultima generazione. SmartTouchMenu è stato studiato e realizzato per pub, ristoranti, pizzerie, discoteche, lidi balneari, strutture alberghiere, cinema, piscine, villaggi turistici, campeggi, sagre, ma grazie alla sua flessibilità, semplicità di utlizzo e di installazione può trovare impiego ottimale in tutte quelle strutture in cui è necessario fare un'ordinazione. powered by SmartTouch www.smarttouch.it ### credits ### video: thanks to DiMi, Micky, Ste, Massi music: "café connection" composed by morgantj (many thanks!!!) http://www.travisjmorgan.com under licence of http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b...

Società

Quattro di Tre

During a one-month experiment, an online platform allowed citizens to contribute in writing the Mayor’s agenda for the years 2014-2019. Data gathered from on field research will show how citizens interacted with ICTs, which attributions the public administration and the involved community developed towards it, which functionalities eventually emerged. The final aim is to understand if and how a shared functionality(-es) has emerged, if this functionality(-es) was different from the one initially designed and which role facilitators played, or could have played, in managing the community participation. https://speakerdeck.com/albertolusoli/e-deliberation-in-cesena-a-very-serious-game