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This Convenient App Makes Financing Your Business Easy Nav helps businesses find the right lender at the right price.

By Entrepreneur Deals Edited by Jason Fell

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As the old business maxim goes, you have to spend money to make money. As such, most entrepreneurs end up needing outside sources of cash to help get their businesses off the ground, or to help take their business to the next level.

Finding the right financing can be a complicated process. Navigating the labyrinthine of rules and forms can be discouraging, with potential rejection and disappointment looming. That's where Nav comes in. Nav is a business app that, as improbable at it might seem, makes that process as simple and painless as possible. Business owners who use Nav to find lenders are 3.5x more likely to get approved than those who go it alone, the company says. That's because Nav offers a personalized match with a lender that's ideally the right fit for your business's unique circumstances.

Nav: Finding the best loan for your business.


The first step toward finding the right financing for your business is figuring out your own financing goals. Nav can guide you through that process, along as every other step of your business loan journey, from application to closing. This will happen with the assistance of one of Nav's Dedicated Funding Managers. Their specialty is finding the best possible rates and terms for your business.

If getting a loan through an app seems like a risky solution to your business's financing needs, Nav has plenty of bona fides to give you peace of mind. More than a million business owners across the U.S. have used Nav to get financing. And Nav will use its wealth of data and expertise to optimize your chances for loan approval. They've been written up by publications like Reuters and TechCrunch, and have even gotten the approval of NASDAQ, so you can be confident that Nav is the best way to finance your business.

Nav's easy to us app makes the process seem deceptively simple. But behind the scenes, the company uses reams of data to provide the best financing options sorted from more than a hundred different potential lenders, linking lender and borrower with intelligence and the highest probability of success. As a result, you can worry less about financing, and focus on growing your business.

If you're a business owner seeking financing, Nav is the easiest, simplest approach, and offers the highest odds of success. Getting started is extremely simple, so why wait? Head over to Nav today, and see what they can do for your business.

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