A Letter to Congress From Nav’s CEO Greg Ott

A Letter to Congress From Nav’s CEO Greg Ott

A Letter to Congress From Nav’s CEO Greg Ott

Earlier today, President Trump signed the CARES Act into law, approving $367 billion in relief ($349 billion of which is in new loans through the Paycheck Protection Program) to small business owners. Nav is committed to helping the government and SBA lenders get those funds into the hands of business owners as quickly as possible, and we are uniquely positioned to help.

With that in mind, today I sent this letter to the Congressional leaders in our country in hopes of supporting their efforts to drive relief to small businesses and offering Nav as a partner in overcoming this unprecedented challenge.

Please read this letter to get a better understanding of our commitment to business owners and our small business ecosystem.

Read my Letter to Congress

This article was originally written on March 27, 2020 and updated on April 9, 2020.

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Greg Ott

Greg Ott

Greg Ott is the CEO of Nav. He has more than 20 years of experience as a leader within both startups and Fortune 500 corporations. Prior to Nav, he served as VP of Marketing for Intuit QuickBooks. Greg has built new organizations and transformed existing ones to be more nimble, innovative, and results-focused. He is an organizational and financial technology thought leader, frequent conference speaker, and contributor to Forbes, Entrepreneur, and other business publications.

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