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nCino named title sponsor of new sports park

nCino Sports Park will house 11 full-sized fields, one of which will be synthetic turf, and include outdoor lighting.

Wilmington-based nCino faces federal investigation for hiring, wage practices

Wilmington-based banking software company nCino is under investigation for its hiring and wage practices.

Youth Technology Apprenticeship Camp now offered to New Hanover County Schools students

New Hanover County Schools-Career and Technical Education program in partnership with the Carolina Fintech Hub, nCino and Live Oak Bank are bringing the Youth Technology Apprenticeship Camp (YTAC) to the Cape Fear region.

New Hanover County adds more wireless access for residents

New Hanover County is working with Live Oak Bank and New Hanover County Schools to increase free wireless internet access throughout the county for children, families, and job seekers who lack access to high-speed internet.

Wilmington-based nCino shares soar 154% in trading debut

Wilmington-based company nCino made a big splash on Wall Street Tuesday.

Bitty & Beau’s Coffee to open third Wilmington location

After opening their 5th location over the weekend, Bitty & Beau's Coffee shop has announced where they are heading next.

New 40,000 square foot building for nCino at Mayfaire Office Park

Construction on the final two buildings at Mayfaire Office Park begin next month and one of the buildings will be solely occupied by a banking software company.

8 Wilmington companies crack Inc. 5000 list

Eight Wilmington businesses landed on the Inc. 5000 list this year.

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