Neyber was founded in 2015. The idea was born out of the experience of one of our founders, Martin Ijaha:
“My mother was a nurse. As I was growing up, she and her colleagues used to have a jar which they would all put cash in every week. At the end of the month, one of them would take the pot of money. This was very common right across Africa. It’s called Sou Sou. Meaning ‘pooling of funds’.
Neyber takes this simple idea of finance nourishing within a community and brings it bang up to date with smart technology that allows employees to take control of their finances.”
Neyber is building a community who can confidently deal with money and have access to fairer finance when they need it. Through employee benefit schemes, Neyber offers access to free financial education and insights, and affordable loans which they can repay straight from their salary.