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Tech Startup Targets Small Towns As Recession Fears Loom

Qalori, a software company based in Plano, Texas, is aiming to release economic tension in the area by working with low-income enterprises in QOZs, connecting them with potential investors looking for new opportunities.

With the concerns of a recession being raised across the internet, as well as TV, Qalori, a Plano, Texas software company, is aiming to help solve these market pressures. As the Fed raises interest rates and investors and finance professionals are beginning to show signs of panic, this team aims to take a small-town approach to big economic fears.

Qalori claims to automate and digitize SMEs through product creation and marketing. The firm only works with low-income enterprises in QOZs, also known as Qualified Opportunity Zones.

As to the IRS’s definition, QOZs are economically challenged regions where new investments, under certain conditions, may be eligible for preferential tax treatment. Governors designate and certify QOZs.

While many have noted the trend of Investors flocking to these tax havens. Qalori is working to connect small-town businesses with these investors in order to promote growth with local leadership. This relatively small software company aims to handle that with an agile approach.

Qalori's PR team responded enthusiastically to delivery questions. “Beside the box is best. Our community analysis includes leadership, logistics, conversion rate optimization, job readiness, and more. They're out-of-the-box thinkers who can't achieve their goals from within.”

“That are these investors who are so bold to invest in such a strange company model? Exactly—crypto investors. Crypto investors are liquidating after years of massive gains. Naturally, the IRS wants a piece of the massive selloff. Nope. QOZ Fund investors can avoid capital gains taxes entirely. Not exactly.”

QOZs are meant to encourage economic development and job creation in impoverished neighborhoods, not a party. Liquidity will eventually favor long-term investors.

“Historically underinvested neighborhoods can flourish the most. There's a perception that these place doesn't want change and that's a mistaken assumption," says co-founder Mark Allan.

Economic progress in these cities is often hampered by misinformed leadership. The team at Qalori aims to work with the interests of those in the city as well as investors by serving as the link between them, offering mutual growth.

Some have already noted that Qalori's business plan resembles "Billions" now that its founder has revealed it. To learn more about Qalori, their aims to connect small-town businesses with investors looking to capitalize on this unique opportunity, and the services that the business provides, you can visit their website at

Please address and send all press releases to Mark Allan, who can be reached at 7700 Windrose Ave Plano, TX 75024, or by phone at 2282399896. All email inquiries can be sent directly to

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Name: Mark Allan
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Organization: Qalori
Address: 7700 Windrose Ave Plano, TX 75024
Phone: 2282399896

Release ID: 89085819

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