Dan Roselli, co-founder of Packard Place and QC FinTech, Packard Place's 12-week startup incubator and accelerator program. QC FinTech is currently raising $300,000 from accredited investors. If ordinary investors were allowed to chip in, nine startups at QC FinTech could raise $50,000 to $100,000 more from the public, said Roselli.
Dan Roselli, co-founder of Packard Place and QC FinTech, Packard Place's 12-week startup incubator and accelerator program. QC FinTech is currently raising $300,000 from accredited investors. If ordinary investors were allowed to chip in, nine startups at QC FinTech could raise $50,000 to $100,000 more from the public, said Roselli. David T. Foster, III dtfoster@charlotteobserver.com
Dan Roselli, co-founder of Packard Place and QC FinTech, Packard Place's 12-week startup incubator and accelerator program. QC FinTech is currently raising $300,000 from accredited investors. If ordinary investors were allowed to chip in, nine startups at QC FinTech could raise $50,000 to $100,000 more from the public, said Roselli. David T. Foster, III dtfoster@charlotteobserver.com

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