Miami fintech unicorn Pipe is undergoing some massive changes, as the three co-founders of the company are officially stepping down from their executive roles in the company as the company looks for operations experts.
Pipe is a trading platform that enables entrepreneurs to grow their businesses on their terms.
According to TechCrunch, Harry Hurst, who has been the face of the company since its 2019 inception, transitions from his role as co-CEO to vice chairman, Co-founder and co-CEO Josh Mangel assumes the role of CEO and continues to lead the organization until new CEO is announced, at which time Mangel will become executive chairman with a continued focus on product and strategy.
Co-founder Zain Allarkhia, currently CTO, will remain on the team as a senior advisor and Usman Masood, currently the EVP of Engineering, will become CTO.
Hurst will support the CEO search and transition.
“We are looking for someone who has significant operational experience scaling businesses, from product market fit to market leadership all the way through to rapid growth on a global scale,” Hurst told TechCrunch.