One of the factors that makes Italy's startup culture different from that of places like Silicon Valley is the fact that there's no one center of innovation. In 2016, the three most popular locations for startups - Milan, Rome, and Turin - were home to less than 30 percent of the total number of startups in the entire country. While this means that the infrastructure to support such ventures is more widely dispersed, it also presents an opportunity for innovators throughout the country, wherever they happen to be located. (

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