solvING employee retention for large enterprises

Twine helps companies keep their best employees. Using Twine, recruiters source the best internal candidates for open jobs, and employees discover meaningful career opportunities to grow with their firms. Our research shows that finding employees new jobs internally can cut turnover risk by over 50% - which is especially important in today's competitive labor market.

Our mission is to empower companies to make better people decisions. We're starting by reducing employee attrition - a problem that costs US companies $30 billion each year.

Key Metrics / Traction:

  • Landed corporate deal with Fortune 1000 firm, serving thousands of employees (5-figure recurring revenue).
  • Built and launched enterprise web application in production.
  • Built early sales pipeline of 30+ prospects.


Joseph Quan (Co-founder and CEO): Joseph began his career as a consultant, advising Fortune 500 technology companies like Microsoft and Facebook on enterprise software go-to- market strategy and consumer application product development.

He went on to found an innovation team at Nike, which grew from 2 to 30 people and closed a $100M partnership within its first year. After the team’s founding, Joseph led the team’s business development and strategic planning as a Chief of Staff at Nike.

Joseph studied at Berkeley, where he focused on econometrics and organizational dynamics, and led research on corporate culture and innovation. He focused on people analytics during his MBA at Wharton.

Nikhil Srivastava (Co-founder and CTO): Nikhil studied physics and computer science at Harvard. In college, he built a web application that matched students to internships at top employers, and as CTO grew the business to profitability with tens of thousands of users.

After school, Nikhil worked as a software engineer and quant trader on Wall Street, then joined an early-stage machine learning startup. There, he led teams of engineers to build a sentiment analysis API, and helped scale annual revenues from zero into the hundreds of thousands.

Nikhil focused on data science during his MBA at Wharton.