Slice Capital allows anyone to invest as little as $100 into the fastest growing startups, while giving startups seamless access to much-needed capital so they can spend more time working on what actually matters, not fundraising.
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Study BreaksInvesting in start-ups used to be the domain of the fabulously wealthy-$2 million net worth or $200,000 annual income only, please and thank you, but Rohan Shah is here to change that. Shah, a rising junior at the University of Pennsylvania, wants to ensure that every average Joe is afforded the same opportunity to invest in start-ups as the 1 percent.
CNBCA long-anticipated regulatory change is expected in May that will allow retail investors to join in start-up funding alongside millionaires and venture capitalists. Unaccredited investors will be allowed to put money into start-ups, letting the average investor compete alongside the Marc Andreessens of the world to back up-and-coming companies, and potential… See more
34stRohan Shah (E '19) has created one of the most buzzed-about startups at Penn and in the financial world. His venture, Slice Capital, will be unveiled in about a month. After the launch, he and the team of 11, including co-founders Krish Dholakiya and Dan Stepanov plan to move operations to San Francisco.