Apply for Business loan

Get the required capital quickly to grow your business.

When can I apply for a business loan?

If your company is active for at least 2 years, your average annual turnover exceeds 75,000 euros and all directors and / or major shareholders in the Netherlands are established, you can be eligible for a business loan at

All features of the business loan:

  • LEND TO 50,000 euros
    -Locate 2,000 – 50,000 euros
    -6 to 12 months duration
    -Simple and transparent price structure
    -Not hidden costs


    -No paperwork or hassle
    -If your application has been approved, you already know within a few minutes and not weeks
    -After approval, you receive the requested working capital within 1 day


    -Purchase required resources
    -Manage unexpected costs
    -Contract required personnel
    -Receive the capital required for your growth


    -Safe and trustworthy
    -No application costs
    -Applications can be made 24 hours a day and 7 days a week
    -Watch today for how much you qualify! 

Business Loan –  how it works:

What they offer
– Loans between 2,000 – 50,000 euros
– 6 to 12 monthly installments
– Monthly settlement
– Request in 5 minutes
– Money deposited within 1 day after approval
– Approval on the basis of credit score and on the basis of cash flow
– Complete the online application in just 5 minutes and receive the required working capital within 1 day.

Get your required working capital quickly

After your application has been approved you will receive the required working capital within 1 day on your bank account. You then pay the monthly repayments during the term of the loan, making it easy to budget. After you have built up a correct payment history, you are eligible for a higher loan amount and possibly better conditions.

Clear price structure

The price structure of Business Loan is simple and transparent with no hidden costs, so you can easily calculate your ROI when you add the requested working capital. The amount of the possible loan, the installments and costs are all based on the business analysis they have carried out. Below you will find some typical example loan situations with associated interest rates and terms: