According to FMO website, Tribe is a FinTech company incubated by Intellecap and funded through Aavishkaar Venture Management Services, that offers a technology-enabled, online SME financing platform. The project intends to show that the SMEs are creditworthy based on alternative online and offline data points, and to catalyze financing from other Financial Institutions (FIs) on the Tribe platform. This will allow Tribe to build a portfolio and to catalyze other FIs. The platform will bring valuable support to SMEs who are currently un- or underserved. The focus sectors (gender, agribusiness and energy) resonate well with FMO’s strategy as the involvement with Tribe provides FMO with the opportunity to build and expand our knowledge on fintech companies.
Tribe is a FinTech company incubated by Intellecap and funded through Aavishkaar Venture Management Services, that offers a technology-enabled, online SME financing platform.
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