Investing and Scaling in Fintech: The Case of Tipalti

Monday 19 April 2021
Duration: 60 min

Founded in 2010, Tipalti is the world’s pioneering platform in end-to-end payment processing. Its mission: Eliminate complicated and archaic payment processes for finances. Today, Tipalti processes over US$18bn worth of payments annually. Follow the scale up journey of Tipalti with Chen Amit (MBA’94D), Tipalti co-founder & CEO, and learn the art and science of early stage investing from one of the best US venture capitalists Oren Zeev (MBA’94D), Tipalti chairman. The session is hosted by INSEAD Entrepreneurship Professor Gopi Rangan and Isabel Finger, Director of the INSEAD San Francisco Hub for Business Innovation.

Why attend? What can you learn from Tipalti?

• Follow the development of an early-stage venture capital-backed start-up as it scales up over multiple rounds of funding.

• The evolving relationship between co-founders

What to prepare?

Tipalti (A): A Tale of Two Founders

Tipalti (B): Down to the Wire

Further reading

Five Lessons from a VC with a Long-Term Focus, INSEAD Knowledge, Gopi Rangan (INSEAD MBA ‘07D), INSEAD Adjunct Professor of Entrepreneurship | March 8, 2019

Meet Oren Zeev, Silivon Valley’s Builder-Investor, Tech Crunch, Leena Rao | February 22, 2014

Watch here for a short video done for 10 Years of Tipalti.

Chen Amit (MBA’94J)

Co-founder and CEO at Tipalti

Oren Zeev (MBA’94J)

Chairman and co-founder, Tipalti

Isabelle Finger (MBA '09D)

Director of INSEAD San Francisco Hub for Business Innovation at INSEAD

Gopi Rangan (MBA '07D)

Adjunct Professor of Entrepreneurship at INSEAD