• Überpreneurship is about much more than making money. The subjects of this book are making our world a better place. In the end it is imaginative people with a real drive, often from very young ages, that are improving the human condition.

    David Strangway, FRSC, OC

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Muhammad Yunus

Muhammad Yunus

Returning to Bangladesh at the end of the Liberation War in 1971, Muhammad Yunus began providing loans to poor village artisans – stool-makers and basket-weavers – women who were trapped in a cycle of borrowing tiny sums of money for their raw materials in return for interest rates as high as 10% per week and agreement to sell their products back to the moneylenders at rock-bottom prices.

Today, his Grameen (‘village’ in Bengali) Bank serves 8 million borrowers in 80,000 villages. It lends $100 million per month with an average loan size of $200 and a repayment rate of 98%. Its market is the poorest of the poor.

"Let us create the world of our choice"

Muhammad Yunus on Twitter

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