World Wide Technology, one of the largest privately held companies in the St. Louis area, will team with SixThirty, offering expertise and facilities to the St. Louis-based fintech venture fund startup accelerator.
SixThirty invests in up to 10 startups per year, and World Wide Technology will now offer two executives — Matt Horner, senior vice president of global enterprise sales, and Philip Farah, digital transformation lead of global financial services institutions — to assist in the selection and mentorship of those companies. Additionally, World Wide Technology will open its Advanced Technology Center to the startups for testing and experimentation.
Since its founding in 2013, SixThirty has invested more than $3.7 million in more than 35 companies, which have raised around $100 million in follow-on funding.
Read more: St. Louis Business Journal