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The startup innovating the fintech of food stamps

Fintech Beat, Ep. 96


Propel wants to modernize the ability for poor and lower-income people to access information about money available to them under government public assistance programs, and also help direct recipients to other opportunities, including jobs.
Propel wants to modernize the ability for poor and lower-income people to access information about money available to them under government public assistance programs, and also help direct recipients to other opportunities, including jobs. (Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

The CEO of Propel, a startup dedicated to helping low-income Americans improve their financial health, sits down to talk about how his venture capital-backed startup is innovating how food stamp recipients manage their benefits. 

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