Friday, October 30, 2020

Ripple’s Response to Coronavirus – Brad Garlinghouse, David Schwartz, Asheesh Birla: Ripple Drop 20

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The global pandemic forced businesses and workers across all industries to adapt to one of the most challenging and sudden waves of uncertainty. Technology, empathy and Ripple’s collective mission are enabling our global workforce to remain connected, productive and safe.

As the company transitions to a new normal together, this extended episode of the Ripple Drop examines the business and personal impact from the perspective of Ripple’s executive leadership. Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse, CTO David Schwartz and SVP of Product Asheesh Birla provide perspective on the impacts of COVID-19 on the company and the broader payments industry.

This isn’t the 2020 anyone expected—but it’s encouraging to see employees, communities and industries come together to help as we all transition to the new normal. To learn more about Ripple visit