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Who we are

Our mission is to deliver job and income growth in the markets we serve. The way we do that is by facilitating capital access for small businesses - a $250 billion gap in the Middle East alone.

How we work

We provide the opportunity for savers to lend to profitable and stable small businesses. The goal is to build more substantial opportunity for people in the MENA region and beyond.

Small Businesses

A small or medium-sized business submits a loan application through this website.

Credit Assessment

We conduct an in-house review of the small business's creditability. Based on that assessment a campaign is approved or denied within 48 hours.

Investors

Once campaigns are posted to the site investors have the opportunity to review them before making a decision to invest.

Repayments & Returns

Small business borrowers make monthly payments to investors. Those funds are available for withdrawal at any time.

 

Some of our loans

Risk Profile: Low
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Description: ( Important Note )

My name is Moayad, and I own and operate a food distribution company in Amman, Jordan, which supplies restaurants with frozen foods and other food items--all directly delivered to their kitchens. My company, which employs 24 people, was established in late 2012. We noticed that there was a gap in the market for some high quality, affordable food items including sauces, condiments, potatoes and meats. Accordingly, we have steadily expanded our offerings to become the one-stop suppliers of choice for many restaurants in the country. As our network of restaurants expands, our average sales growth rate over the last 3 years has reached 56%, which reflects the strong demand for our products. This liwwa loan will allow us to import food items in bulk from Belgium, Egypt, Holland and Tunisia.

Campaign Status:

Funding Goal: $49,435.03
%
Progress
Pledged
To go
Campaign successfully funded!
Campaign expired.
6.60% Annualized Profit Rate
7.69 Credit Score
6 months Loan Tenor
Jordanian Dinar Loan Currency
Risk Profile: Low
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6.60%
Annualized Profit Rate
Jordanian Dinar
Loan Currency
6 months
Loan Tenor
7.69
Credit Score

Campaign Status:

Funding Goal: $49,435.03
%
Progress
Pledged
To go
Campaign successfully funded!
Campaign expired.

Description: ( Important Note )

My name is Moayad, and I own and operate a food distribution company in Amman, Jordan, which supplies restaurants with frozen foods and other food items--all directly delivered to their kitchens. My company, which employs 24 people, was established in late 2012. We noticed that there was a gap in the market for some high quality, affordable food items including sauces, condiments, potatoes and meats. Accordingly, we have steadily expanded our offerings to become the one-stop suppliers of choice for many restaurants in the country. As our network of restaurants expands, our average sales growth rate over the last 3 years has reached 56%, which reflects the strong demand for our products. This liwwa loan will allow us to import food items in bulk from Belgium, Egypt, Holland and Tunisia.

Risk Profile: Medium
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Description: ( Important Note )

My name is Ziad, and I own and operate a Jordanian communication services business that sells calling cards and other communication devices. My company, which employs 7 people, was established in 2010. We sell calling cards that allow our customers to call and send messages internationally at inexpensive rates. We primarily sell these cards to expatriates residing in Jordan. The company's average sales growth rate over the last 4 years is -11.7%, due to a sharp decline in our 2015 sales, which was caused by the shutting down of a major supplier to our internet services division. This liwwa loan will help us buy calling cards in bulk, which we can then sell to our growing phone services customer base.

Campaign Status:

Funding Goal: $28,248.58
%
Progress
Pledged
To go
Campaign successfully funded!
Campaign expired.
7.71% Annualized Profit Rate
6.94 Credit Score
12 months Loan Tenor
Jordanian Dinar Loan Currency
Risk Profile: Medium
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7.71%
Annualized Profit Rate
Jordanian Dinar
Loan Currency
12 months
Loan Tenor
6.94
Credit Score

Campaign Status:

Funding Goal: $28,248.58
%
Progress
Pledged
To go
Campaign successfully funded!
Campaign expired.

Description: ( Important Note )

My name is Ziad, and I own and operate a Jordanian communication services business that sells calling cards and other communication devices. My company, which employs 7 people, was established in 2010. We sell calling cards that allow our customers to call and send messages internationally at inexpensive rates. We primarily sell these cards to expatriates residing in Jordan. The company's average sales growth rate over the last 4 years is -11.7%, due to a sharp decline in our 2015 sales, which was caused by the shutting down of a major supplier to our internet services division. This liwwa loan will help us buy calling cards in bulk, which we can then sell to our growing phone services customer base.

Risk Profile: Medium
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Description: ( Important Note )

My name is Abdelmajeed, and I own and operate a Jordanian food store and milk distribution business based in the city of Zarqa. My store, which employs 6 people, was established in 2000 - and I have been running it for more than 15 years. Our store sells dairy products, including milk and cheese (most of which is made in our small dairy factory), as well as other food items. We also distribute milk to wholesale purchasers. The store's average sales growth rate over the last 4 years has reached around 18%, which shows the rising demand for my store's products. This liwwa loan will allow us to purchase raw materials that we need for the production of our dairy products, in addition to other miscellaneous food items that we will stock on our shelves.

Campaign Status:

Funding Goal: $14,124.29
%
Progress
Pledged
To go
Campaign successfully funded!
Campaign expired.
7.71% Annualized Profit Rate
7.07 Credit Score
12 months Loan Tenor
Jordanian Dinar Loan Currency
Risk Profile: Medium
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7.71%
Annualized Profit Rate
Jordanian Dinar
Loan Currency
12 months
Loan Tenor
7.07
Credit Score

Campaign Status:

Funding Goal: $14,124.29
%
Progress
Pledged
To go
Campaign successfully funded!
Campaign expired.

Description: ( Important Note )

My name is Abdelmajeed, and I own and operate a Jordanian food store and milk distribution business based in the city of Zarqa. My store, which employs 6 people, was established in 2000 - and I have been running it for more than 15 years. Our store sells dairy products, including milk and cheese (most of which is made in our small dairy factory), as well as other food items. We also distribute milk to wholesale purchasers. The store's average sales growth rate over the last 4 years has reached around 18%, which shows the rising demand for my store's products. This liwwa loan will allow us to purchase raw materials that we need for the production of our dairy products, in addition to other miscellaneous food items that we will stock on our shelves.