TechCrunch: Taulia Nabs Another $13M From Singapore's EDBI And BBVA Ventures To Open New Offices Overseas

November 7, 2014 Keith Chapman

Through its e-Invoicing and supplier financing program, Taulia helps suppliers get paid faster while lowering the cost of goods for the corporations they sell to, writes TechCrunch. The San Francisco startup announced today that it has closed on an additional $13 million in Series D funding. 

“Increasingly, the company’s clients are global, including the likes of PG&E, Hallmark, Coca-Cola Bottling Co. and Graphic Packaging International. Those global businesses need support in all the markets where they have suppliers. Taulia got its start in the U.S. and has expanded to Europe with the launch of an office in London. Now it’s looking to open up more regional centers in Asia-Pacific and Latin America,” writes Ryan Lawler.

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