SAN MATEO, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Tipalti, the leader in global payables automation, announced that it is hosting a live virtual event on May 13 at 11 AM PDT (GMT-7) featuring former Twitter CEO Dick Costolo and Managing Partner of VC firm 01 Advisors. In the era of COVID-19 and a perpetual work-from-home environment, Dick will share guidance on navigating economic uncertainty while running a high performing, efficient operation.
Described by Business Insider as "one of Silicon Valley's most impressive CEOs," Dick took over as COO of Twitter in 2009, after the 2008 recession, and was installed as CEO in 2010 serving until 2015. Today, he’s leading 01 Advisors, a VC firm focused on disruptive startups (of which Tipalti is a portfolio company).
The session will feature attendee-submitted questions about leading startups and mid-sized organizations through today’s uncertainties while still positioning the business for the future, what investors and venture capitalists looking for, and how 01 Advisors is guiding their portfolio companies through the pandemic and beyond.
To attend the virtual event, register here: https://tipalti.com/elevate513
About Dick Costolo
Dick Costolo works with startup CEOs and executives advising them on scaling and leadership as a Managing Partner at 01 Advisors. Costolo was CEO of Twitter from 2010 to 2015 and has been Founder and CEO of multiple startups, including FeedBurner, which was acquired by Google in 2007. The former improv comedian has been a consultant on HBO’s “Silicon Valley” and holds a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Michigan.
Tipalti provides a comprehensive, multi-entity accounts payable solution that automates the minutiae of supplier payment processes. Its customers typically wipe out 80% of their payables effort, enabling them to focus on more strategic areas of the business while delighting their supplier base. Tipalti also helps improve compliance and financial controls, reduce risk, and employ best practices needed to scale. Tipalti's commitment to being customer-first has culminated in a 98% customer retention rate with brands large and small, including Amazon Twitch, GoDaddy, Roku, Twitter, Zola, and Classpass. Visit tipalti.com to learn more.