Nav uses real business data to quickly match small businesses with the best loans and credit cards. The leading Business Financial Management app, Nav’s intelligent business financing solution powers insights and opportunities for daily financial decisions that fuel their success.
Nav’s solution is also leveraged by other business service providers to enhance their customer experience.
Nav’s Mission and Vision:
Our mission is to reduce the death rate of small businesses.
Our vision is to align financing qualifications, predict needs, and facilitate transactions between data providers, lenders, partners, and small businesses.
Levi King is Nav’s co-founder and Executive Chairman. Prior to starting Nav, Levi co-founded Lendio, an online business financing matchmaker that helped over 1M million businesses search for funding. Levi had also previously started five other successful small businesses. After getting a handle on how business credit works, he was able to get business loans and financing more than 30 times.
Caton Hanson is Nav’s co-founder. Before starting Nav, Caton owned a law firm that focused on helping business owners understand their business credit, business plans and financial modeling.
Greg Ott is the CEO of Nav. Greg has more than 20 years of experience as a leader within both startups and Fortune 1000 corporations. Since joining Nav in 2015, Ott has held numerous leadership positions including Chief Marketing Officer, Chief Revenue Officer and, most recently, President & Chief Operating Officer.
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.
Nav has two locations: San Mateo, California and Salt Lake City, Utah.
Education Leaders and Advocates:
Nav is committed to bringing small business owners objective, actionable content for free. It regularly works with the U.S. Small Business Administration and local Small Business Development Centers to host educational presentations, webinars and more. Business owners can also follow Nav’s blog for weekly advice and tips.