Start-Up Alliance, which puts the internet incubators H-Farm, Boox and Nana Bianca under its umbrella, supports more than 68 Start-Ups in Italy financially and practically. Furthermore, Alliance has created an outstanding network of partners to offer the best possible infrastructure to their ventures.
Paolo Barberis spokesman of Alliance: “We are thrilled to offer PAYMILL to all the young upcoming and very promising companies, which are part of Alliance. PAYMILL provides all of our ventures with an easy-to-use payments solution that is quick to set up and widely available. By combining PAYMILL with the broad range of different start-ups, aspiring entrepreneurs from across Italy will enjoy a new level of simplicity and elegance when offering this great online payment solution to their customers.”
Jörg Sutara, Managing Director of PAYMILL: “Start-Up Alliance is the perfect partner for us to further foster our position in the European online payment market and helps us to fulfill our mission: to enable everyone to make fast and transparent payments. We are very much honored to team up with Alliance in Italy. The Italian ecosystem has an amazing pool of innovative companies on the rise and we are very proud to be part of this development. I have visited all incubators and I was deeply impressed by the drive and passion these entrepreneurs put into their ventures. To me it is like the digital rise of the Roman empire.”
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