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‘Solving corporate payments is about context, not about who pays’: Mesh Payments’ Oded Zehavi

  • Mesh Payments uses a foothold in SaaS payments to help corporates with their spend.
  • CEO Oded Zehavi joins the Tearsheet Podcast to discuss the genesis of the firm and why the market for corporate payments is so interesting.
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‘Solving corporate payments is about context, not about who pays’: Mesh Payments’ Oded Zehavi

As an early PayPal employee, Oded Zehavi jumpstarted the firm’s Middle East and Africa business. From there, he joined Payoneer to help with a turnaround by optimizing sales, product, and marketing. Now, Oded is the CEO and co-founder of Mesh Payments, a corporate payments firms that uses a speciality in helping firms manage their subscription spend and eventually handle their total spend.

We talk about the changes Oded has seen in the payments industry over the past 15 years, and where he thinks it’s headed in the future. We drill down into opportunities for payments firms in the SaaS economy, and how Mesh uses its experience managing SaaS payments to expand into its clients’ total spend — it grew 600 percent over the past year.

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