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  • Charlotte-based financial tech firm raises $300 million for major expansion

    Michael Praeger, CEO of AvidXchange, announces a new partnership with Mastercard and the signing of $300 million in financing to support growth and development while unveiling their new building.

Michael Praeger, CEO of AvidXchange, announces a new partnership with Mastercard and the signing of $300 million in financing to support growth and development while unveiling their new building. Jenna Eason The Charlotte Observer
Michael Praeger, CEO of AvidXchange, announces a new partnership with Mastercard and the signing of $300 million in financing to support growth and development while unveiling their new building. Jenna Eason The Charlotte Observer

Charlotte-based financial tech firm raises $300 million for expansion; adds 600 jobs

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