SixThirty invests up to $100,000 per team in a handful of early-stage fintech startups per year.
Companies are assigned a lead mentor which we surround with subject-matter experts.
St. Louis is a massive financial services hub, home to a wide range of wealth managers, banks, and other institutions.
"We are looking to close three or four of the deals from introductions that came directly from SixThirty. So that network that they bring to the table is extremely important. we leveraged it quite well and the SixThirty team delivered for us."
"Through SixThirty we acquired two really key customers and one of them is one of the largest private lenders in the United States. They are both going to be key for us in growing our business."
CEO, Lending Standard
"SixThirty has connected us to the right people within large organizations which has enabled us to engage those firms and to cultivate relationships in St. Louis."
CEO, Wealth Access
"Our lead mentor has been great connecting us. There's rarely a week where we doesn't make at least five introductions. Whenever we needed him he was there to help us out, and that’s been fantastic."
"From a business development perspective, the people at SixThirty have helped make introductions at a very high level to America's biggest financial corporations."
VP, Business Development, miiCard
"Just to be able to be introduced to retail investing companies outside of New York was huge for us."
What makes St. Louis attractive is that it's humble, hungry, and welcoming as a startup community. That was very refreshing for us.
We really believe SixThirty provided a lot of guidance for us. There were a number of successful entrepreneurs that we had access to, including Jim McKelvey.
SixThirty provides fintech startups with up to $100K in funding, mentors, and connections to the top financial services companies in the country.