Financial supply chain company Taulia wins German award

San Francisco-based financial supply chain company Taulia has won the German American Business Association’s (GABA) 2016 Startup and Innovation Award.

The award is given to a startup with strong ties to Germany. Founders Bertram Meyer, Markus Ament, Philip Stehlik and Martin Quesnel are German. Taulia also has an office in Düsseldorf and has several large clients in Germany.

Caroline Raynaud

Caroline Raynaud

“Taulia is a true German-American success story,”GABA’s California Executive Director Caroline Raynaud said. “The team has leveraged their expertise and international business acumen to build a global market leader and boost economic growth.”

Taulia brings cost and time efficiencies to financial supply chains through improved invoicing, supplier management and supplier financing technology.

“Our company has such strong personal and professional ties to Germany that this really is a meaningful award for us,” Mr. Meyer said. “GABA does a tremendous job providing networking opportunities and knowledge-sharing for entrepreneurs and professionals, and we are thrilled to be honored by this community.”

GABA is a member-driven, nonprofit organization dedicated to encouraging German-American business and trade.