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Welcome to Investors Without Borders!
Coming in 2009…IWB will launch a web-based marketplace connecting individuals across the globe with opportunities to invest directly in Small to Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs) in developing countries. Investors gain access to return-oriented, social impact investments by directly funding SME loan requests with as little as $50 per loan. Borrowers gain access to affordable loans that can create greater economic opportunities while connecting with a global business network.

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  1. Hi,
    In am the C.E.O of Finite Link Consult Ltd,an education and study abroad agency located in Accra-Ghana.
    I would like to be associated with your organisation and to promote it in the whole of Africa.
    Hoping to make your organisation a great one in Africa.

    Alexander Smith
    (C.E.O)
    Finite Link Consult LTD
    P.O.BOX AO 506 ABOSSEY
    OKAI-ACCRA,GHANA
    TAEL:+233-21-231981
    +233-244-482288

  2. zack matere lusitche says:

    hi i am a currently a casual labourer at a construction site in Ongata Rongai Nairobi Kenya earning ksh 200 or 3$ per day. i am a diploma in business admin graduate.my recent purchase of a wireless intenet modem from my savings at 200$ is the first step in my journy into internet business and knowledge.
    i look foward to investing my intelectual capital knowledge into IWB
    thanks for starting this venture

  3. Klaas says:

    Tricia

    good idea!

    Good luck

    Klaas

  4. I am the Executive Director of FARIAD in Ghana.

    We congratulate you for your very wonderful innovation and we are glad to be associated to your development activities.

    Should you like to discuss with us, we will like to make a meeting

    Regards

    Joseph M. Agbeko
    Executive Director

    Fair River International Association for Development – (FARIAD)
    P.O.Box OS 2369 OSU Accra GHANA. (West Africa)
    Tel: +233 21 7012472
    Direct: +233 24 3107106
    Fax: +233 217012472
    E-mail: info@fairriver.org
    Website: http://www.fairriver.org

  5. Dick Makanji says:

    Thanks for this.
    When you have brothers and sisters like you, you can count yourself lucky.
    Check us out at http://www.afrimaxauto.com

  6. Isaac says:

    Enterprise creation, innovation and business growth are an important part of employment policies that can address one of the endemic problems of developing countries, which is the lack of demand for formal jobs.
    It is an undeniable fact that higher rates of enterprise creation are associated with higher levels of employment.
    As an entrepreneur, I always aspire to make a distinction in my community. I am therefore open to opportunities that will fortify mutual benefit to propel communities to grow in either the corporate / entrepreneurial world!

    You are welcome to contact me on +27839412656, regional co-ordinator in South Africa, Cape Town for Synergies

  7. abila says:

    Hi, i am a social entrepreneur and CEO of Liberty Finance Inc, a micro finance institution based in Cameroon. I do congratulate you for starting this venture and i would like to promote it here in my country Cameroon.
    Will like to work with you to bring this innovation to my country. Thanks

  8. Roselynn says:

    Excellent Idea! We would like to work with you when you get your project launched. http://www.sbtsgroup.com

  9. Meredith says:

    Hi there! My husband and I own a socially and environmentally responsible tour company that specializes in Himalayan mountain expeditions in Nepal and Tibet. Once we grow we’d like to offer training for rural Himalayan communities on small business development, financial literacy and micro-finance that supports tourism. We’d love to parter with your organization to seek funds, network with other businesses working on social change and get people interested in travel in Nepal and Tibet. We’re Kathmandu/Washington DC based right now so we’re local too. Check out our website at http://www.mogambotreks.com. Hopefully IWB will be working in Asia soon too!

  10. I have just learned about your Investors Without Borders (IWB) from my e-mail. I can see that it is a worthy conception and I welcome it! I would like to be a part of it if you are considering residents from New York City,
    as part of your team.

    My background seem to match who your organization is seeking so I shall be contacting you

    Francisca Brodrick

  11. Hi,

    This is a wonderful initiative that I definitely want to be part of. As a former bank executive and entrepreneur, I have first hand experience of how access to investment funds / finance make or break brilliant ideas.

    Regards
    George

  12. Mark Soper says:

    Good luck with this, guys. As I understand it, a big barrier to development is the lack of funding options in the the SME range that effectively promote risk-taking among entrepreneurs. It’s encouraging to see that IWB loans aren’t guaranteed, giving entrepreneurs in developing countries a shot at some of the benefits we enjoy from equity investment systems like venture capital here.

    I’m looking forward to investing through your service.

    Mark Soper
    Alluvial Labs

  13. Mbuh Melvin Awantang says:

    Great idea,
    Your company stands at a position of answering many questions often projected by the difficulties of small to medium sized businesses in the developing world. I appreciate your initiative.
    Move on!

  14. Balihamwe N Ezra says:

    Hi Tricia,

    Iam a ugandan working with finca-uganda Micro deposit taking Institution.
    I’ve been impressed with the service you are rendering.
    I have a working experience of almost 8 years in micrifinace operations and would wish to get more details about other financial institutions which may see me ushering in a wealth of expertise in this field.

    Ezra N Balihamwe

  15. ALBERT AMPONSAH says:

    Hi,

    I am glad to hear such a good news from IWB to support SME in developing countries like Ghana to start, expand and modernise their businesses for job creation, grow our economy, develop rural commuinities and wealth creation through human and capital investments and trading.

    In my capacity as an entrepreneur, I will do everything possible to support this initiative to its fulfilment.

    Regards

    Albert Amponsah

  16. NCCHSNF says:

    WE ARE A CAMEROONIAN NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION SEEKING FUNDERS OF POVERTY ELIMINATION AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

  17. NCCHSNF says:

    WE ARE A CAMEROONIAN NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION SEEKING FOR DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS, FUNDERS OF POVERTY ELIMINATION AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

  18. Boahemaa says:

    Hi tricia. I am attending the tancon 2008. My company ejobs, is a corporate support services company and would love to partner you in the area of training small businesses in marketing, accounting/bookkeeping, investments etc. We can also do background checks on the busineeses you intend to support in order to keep your default rates down. Pls do get in touch by mail or my cell 0244327475.

  19. Akordy Abingya says:

    wonderful site and great idea. I think you are adding the missing ingredient to spice up businesses in Africa.Looking foward to the launch.

  20. hello!
    Am so much impressed with the idea of investorswithoutborders, to me i think is a great thing to do in Ghana! i would keep my eyes on this site and try to know much more about whatever that is going on.

    Thanks so much for this idea would be great to hear from you! am the country director for helpinghandghana here in Accra Ghana but am based up north Tamale.

    We recruite volunteers from all over the world and also we are into tourism! thanks

    Yours Faithfully

    Calliopa Bayuo
    Country Co Ordinator

    Helpinghandghana
    00233244179255

  21. I am a young entrepreneur,i run Qubestreet Entertainment,an entertainment production,publishing & new media outfit,i think its an innovative concept and project that would connect us to global markets.keep doing big things

  22. Ekow Mensah says:

    As partners with IWB, we believe that the whole idea is a laudable one, timely and relevant. My believe is that my company ENTREPRENEURS’ NETWORK LLC has a lot to offer all entrepreneurs in Ghana. With our Entrepreneurship Revolution coming up next year, we seek to actively promote an entrepreneurship culture in Ghana. All entrepreneurs interested in particupating in this revolution should contact us on +233-24-4512528 or +233-24-4731795. We all have a part to play and IWB will definately not be left out. TSOOBOI ! ACTION NOW!

  23. rick loews says:

    We are looking for investment for projects in Accra Ghana. We also sponsor promotions of mosquito repellent aid and diabetehr herbal drink as aid to teh medical and volunteer workers in Ghana. Our company actively pursues promotion of product made in Ghana for world markets in the US and India

  24. I am a private investor based in the United Kingdom. I focus on seed capital, early-stage, start-up, ventures, LLC and all round completion and expansion of investment projects that need funding. I am interested to invest in your company on a long-term business relationship. If this is alright with you kindly get back to me with more details about your company.

    Dr. Frank Morgan.
    (Individual/Angel investor)morganfm5@yahoo.com

  25. please i am presently engaged in generators sales and maintainance and forklifts.

    i want people who are intersted and can assist in Nigeria boast the limited compay to and interenational level or hieght,

    thank you.

    J Harrison (CEO)

  26. Selorm Kofi Dake says:

    I’m the CEO of Imani Associates Ghana Limited- an SME development consultancy. I can’t wait to meet you in Ghana soon. I have very good business prospects to showcase to you.

    See you soon.

  27. Navnit Patel says:

    I am looking for Venture Capital funding for my project based in Kampala. The project has already been launched is going to fully operational within next two months.We have launched and already have Debit Cards on the market targeting to offer Banking services to Un banked rural and urban population in the country.

    I am born in Kenya and have been staying in Uganda since 1993 after leaving the country in 1972 during Idi Amin period.

    I have full mangement team and am in process of getting office in one of the busy are in Kampala.

    I have detailed proposal for the project and the forcast for P & L and investment required.

    The business has all the necessary permission and licences from the relevent authorities.

    Any one who would like to join in the project should contact me by email to:-shanil_patel@sky.com

    Navnit Patel

  28. Lartey michael says:

    Am a student who is studying entrepreneurship. i have discovered and generated business ideas, but the source of funding has become a major challenge now. i need an advise and assistance. thank you. +233240204219.

  29. Nutsugah Elikplim says:

    am a buisnessman in Ghana I deal in rubber sheet and contact adhesiveand now wants to expand my buiSNESS and seeks for financial assistance ,partner or loan to support that this is avery profitable area of buisness thanks

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  31. michael says:

    Hi am michael from ghana. Am a mechancal engineering technician by profession. But i have a very big 2 shop in the city but am looking for an investor to get along with. You can hit me back on my e-mail compressionm@yahoo.com
    micheal

  32. Lakesha says:

    Wonderful article but I am not sure that I agree.
    However, folks consider me difficult at the best of
    times! Appreciate it.

  33. test says:

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    would never understand. It seems too complicated and very broad for me.
    I’m looking forward for your next post, I’ll try to get the hang of it!

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