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Shared with permission from the South Dakota Banker’s Association. Bill Baker (right) grew up in the southeast part of Sioux Falls and said he was a “free-range” kid.
Shared with permission from the South Dakota Banker’s Association. The First National Bank in Sioux Falls (FNBSF) prides itself on doing things differently and being more than just a bank.
Twenty years ago, Jake Anderson took a leap of faith and found a new home in Sioux Falls. Learning from his parents in business, he decided to embark on a new challenge.
A few weeks ago, we were honored to be part of the Hey! Sioux Falls! Awards at the Orpheum.
In an environment where a bank president can bump into a biomedical engineering student, here is what can happen.
Ryan Dean estimates half of the mortgage loans he handles at The First National Bank in Sioux Falls involve a business owner. Sometimes, it’s income from a side business a home owner is using to make the mortgage payment.
We have invested $50,000 into an accelerator fund last year for emerging entrepreneurs through the Zeal Center for Entrepreneurship.
Artist and Founder of The Baseball Seams Co., Nathan Rueckert, can be described as a true, modern-day entrepreneur. From depictions of the American Flag to tie clips and cuff links, Rueckert’s work is as unique as it is striking.
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