Knoxville's Data-Flyte Embraced by Chattanooga's Blank Slate Ventures

by Blank Slate

DATA-FLYTE, the Knoxville provider of technology and services for reading utilities' meters from airborne platforms, "just locked-down our first round" of capital, said Jack Dischner, its CEO, president and majority owner.

Dischner told VNC the company raised $450K of an original $600K goal, with $400K of that from Blank Slate Ventures (BSV), based in Chattanooga. The cap table now has about 10 individuals and entities, including Dischner and co-founder Dan Morris, an attorney and technologist.

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