Taulia was featured prominently in the June 27 print edition of the San Francisco Business Times, in an extensive story profiling the company.
The article explains how we help small businesses by providing them with quick access to cash and notes our information advantage over traditional lenders.
“San Francisco-based Taulia is enjoying rapid growth by providing small- and mid-sized businesses a convenient way to finance operations by accepting discounts on their invoices to some of the nation's largest companies that they supply,” writes Times’ finance and small business reporter Mark Calvey.
The article came after Calvey paid a visit to our San Francisco headquarters last week to tour the office and talk with Co-founder and CEO Bertram Meyer, who was quoted throughout the article.
Calvey continued, “Taulia is taking the one-size-fits-all, traditional payment terms of ‘2/10, net 30’ — or a 2 percent discount if paid in 10 days, with the invoice due in 30 days — and turning this one-time discount opportunity into a more flexible option.”
The article notes that Taulia continues to expand, and that the company plans to open an office in Sofia, Bulgaria, to accommodate its growth.
“Taulia processes more than $100 billion in payments over its platform annually, a figure that's up three times year-over-year.”