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Conditions at 1/06/2020
Annual interest rate from 7.95%.
Application fees are 5% up to 15 000€, and 4% from 15 001 to
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Beware, borrowing money also costs money. microStart is very vigilant in situations of over-indebtedness and trains its employees to prevent any risk in this area.
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Marielle moves to Belgium with her husband in August 2018. After completing an online business training she has the idea to start a company that sells traditional Philippine chocolate.
Mohamed, a Syrian refugee, arrived in Belgium in 2016. Together with his father he took over a snack bar with Syrian specialities.
Antonio was born in Angola and has been living in Belgium for 10 years. He has been able to develop his own African-style clothing and accessories shop "Chez Nous Sawa" in Brussels.
Khalfi, above all an artist in carpentry and ironwork, created with his own hands his tapas bar, the "Gaudi bar". He offers cocktails as well as planchas accompanied by good wines.
Mousab, a Syrian refugee, founded his upcycling shop "Wikd" in Ghent. His concept? Furniture made in the latest taste with recycled materials
Ibrahim and his wife had to flee their country. Once arrived in Belgium, he realised his dream: to open his own sewing workshop as he had done in Iran.
Hamdi, graphic designer by training, opened a clothes and accessories shop in Brussels with the help of microStart and Crédal.
Maité sells her handmade clothes in African style through her online store Kytoko Kytoko. You can also find her creations in some salons or markets.
Thanks to microStart, Olivia was able to make her dream come true: to open her own department store. She offers organic products, short chains and a 100% zero-waste alternative.
Thanks to microStart, his business of selling formal wear is growing beyond his expectations. It has hired an employee and has just doubled its commercial surface in the centre of Charleroi.
Facts & Figures As of the end of 2020