P2P lender Investree collaborates with eFishery to provide loans for aquaculture SMEs

Investree CEO Adrian Gunadi (left) and eFishery CEO Gibran Huzaifah. ©Investree

Access to quick financing would be a welcome relief to fish farmers, whose incomes have been battered by Covid-19, but can’t get bank loans

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Marketplace lender Investree has partnered automatic fish feeder maker eFishery to channel IDR 30bn in loans to Indonesia’s fish farmers. The funds will be available through eFishery’s financing service, eFisheryFund, and can be used to purchase eFishery’s products.According to a press release from Investree dated October 21, this is the first time the P2P lender is collaborating with an agritech company, specifically one operating in aquaculture. “The majority of our [loan] portfolio so far has been from the creative industry,” said Investree CEO and co-founder Adrian Gunadi.The collaboration...
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