‘Let’s evaluate what a company spends and we’ll help it spend less’: Ramp’s Eric Glyman
- Ramp became the fast growing unicorn in New York City.
- CEO Eric Glyman joins us on the podcast to discuss what help businesses need for their finances and how he differentiates against rising competition.
Corporate credit card firm Ramp is hot off a big fundraising making it one of the youngest firms to reach billion dollar valuation status in history having launched in February 2020.
Eric Glyman, Ramp’s co-founder and CEO, joins me on the podcast to talk about how Ramp’s positioning to help its business clients spend less has impacted its trajectory. We discuss the most recent fundraising round that saw Stripe, Goldman Sachs, and Thrive participate and what’s interesting investors around Ramp’s software-led model. Eric describes how Ramp’s product is changing, maturing.
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