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Central Payments Celebrates Completion of Inaugural Falls Fintech® Cohort

Posted June 24, 2020

DELL RAPIDS, SD, June 19, 2020 /24-7PressRelease/ — When Central Payments formed its first-of-a-kind Falls Fintech accelerator in late 2019 and brought the inaugural group of five promising fintech founders together in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, just four months later, it was hard for co-founders Nikkee Rhody and Trent Sorbe …

Posted March 5, 2020

CENTRAL PAYMENTS ANNOUNCES INAUGURAL FALLS FINTECH COHORT Top FinTech Companies Set to Join Spring 2020 Accelerator Program March 5, 2020 (Sioux Falls, SD) – Central Payments today announced the first group of companies that will join the Spring 2020 cohort for Falls Fintech, its business accelerator program geared towards early-stage …

Posted February 13, 2020

FALLS FINTECH ANNOUNCES INAUGURAL ADVISORY BOARD Group will advise Central Payments’ new fintech accelerator launching on March 9, 2020 (Sioux Falls, SD) Central Payments announced today its seven-member advisory board for Falls Fintech, the organization’s early-stage, onsite accelerator for upstart financial technology companies. Nikkee Rhody, Falls Fintech Managing Director and …

Posted December 4, 2019

via StartUp Sioux Falls The state’s first fintech accelerator will kick off its inaugural 10-week program in March 2020, welcoming a cohort of five early-stage businesses to Sioux Falls. Falls Fintech was formed in 2019 as a subsidiary of Central Payments, the payments division of Central Bank of Kansas City. Based in Dell …

Posted December 4, 2019

via Power of Prepaid Podcast In the latest episode of the Innovative Payments Podcast, the founders of the Falls Fintech Accelerator talk about how they plan to help financial start-ups move from being an idea in development to being a product in market. Nikkee Rhody and Trent Sorbe, the founders …

Posted December 4, 2019

via Tearsheet Smaller financial institutions are finding a way to compete in a world of too big to fail banks. The Central Bank of Kansas City is an interesting case study. The bank is one of a small number of FIs in the US certified by the Treasury as a …

Posted December 4, 2019

via Payments Innovation Podcast A lot of people ignore the middle part of the United States. The “flyover” states, as they’re called, get a bad rap. They’re ignored for the likes of New York, LA, Silicon Valley, and Austin. But there is so much happening in Middle America. Incredible things …