PRLog - March 11, 2014 - CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Five startup companies will participate in a 12-week business accelerator program focused on financial services technologies, named QC FinTech; led by Dan Roselli, founder and owner of Packard Place. These five startups were selected among a highly competitive group of more than 50 applicants from around the world. Participating companies will go through a series of lectures and workshops while gaining exposure to influential professionals ranging from Fortune 500 company executives to CEO’s of successful technology start-ups. Additionally, participants will have access to over75 potential mentors that have volunteered their time to help these promising startups.
QC FinTech Innovation
Dan Roselli wants Charlotte to be known as a hub for innovation for the financial sector and is using QC FinTech to help reach this goal. For the past four months, Roselli has leveraged a team of North Highland consultants and Bank of America leaders to make this vision a reality.
North Highland, a global consulting firm with expertise in both innovation and financial services, is a QC FinTech strategic partner. North Highland consultants have been engaged to create the curriculum, manage the overall program and serve as mentors to the participants. Last month, North Highland became an executive sponsor of the event. Tom Joseph, a Vice President of North Highland, says “We are committed to the Charlotte start-up community and QC FinTech is an ideal way for North Highland to give back to this great city and ensure Charlotte remains a key player in the financial innovation sector.”
Other sponsors include Bank of America and Experian.
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For more information about QC FinTech at Packard Place, please call Dan Roselli at 704-277-6052 or email Dan at email@example.com.
For additional program details, please visit http://www.qcfintech.co/