Expense management startup Navan cuts staff to find profitability ahead of delayed IPO

Navan, an expense management startup once known as TripActions, has laid off 5% of its staff, or 145 people, a spokesperson confirmed to TechCrunch today. The Information first broke the news. “

Inside Brex and Ramp’s AI ambitions

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Citi inks deal with fintech Navan, says ‘not having to file an expense report is like nirvana’

Expense management startup Navan has inked an exclusive deal with Citi that executives say will open its addressable market significantly. Specifically, the fintech and the card giant are announcing t

Navan takes a swipe at expense management startups with new Mastercard and Visa partnerships

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Spend management space sees a large raise, and layoffs, in the same week

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