Aseel Seed

An opportunity to invest and own a part of Aseel

Starting 10th of May 2023, After five years of hard work and making history, Aseel is presenting the opportunity for anyone to invest publicly. Aseel exists because of everyday people and so we are opening the platform to investment from everyone.

Individual Supporters

I am an individual and I want to support Aseel because I believe in Aseel's mission and want it to succeed.

Individual supporters will not get equity/shares


Foundation/Grants/Non-dilutive funding support

I am a family office, foundation, or other type of non-dilutive funder who is interested in supporting Aseel's decentralized aid model.

Minimum check size: $50,000


VCs & Institutional Investors

I am a venture capital firm or institutional investor interested to invest in Aseel.

Minimum check size: $250,000

Successfully Closed

Angel Investor/F&F Round

I am an angel investor or family office who wants to invest in Aseel to own a part of Aseel.

Minimum check size: $25,000


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Start a campaign in support of Aseel

Start a campaign in support of raising funds for Aseel's Seed round. Aseel has created a proven effective and functional decentralised aid model for humanitarian assistance which can be applied to any context, while also empowering artisans to access the global digital economy. The funds from the round will be used to support the sustainability of Aseel as well as scale our solutions.


Aseel is a community-driven company with a mission to create disruptive technology solutions to global challenges. The seed round provides a unique opportunity for early investors to own part of the Aseel community and have equity in the company at a discounted rate, as well as access exclusive offers as VIP members. By investing in Aseel, you'll have the chance to collaborate with like-minded people and the Aseel team to help drive the next generation of impact technology. Additionally, your investment will support Aseel's vision to become the most impactful large-scale global technology public company, which is our long term vision in Aseel. The seed funding will enable Aseel to scale its operations and execute its vision of creating amazing software solutions and expanding into new countries. Currently, Aseel is operational in Afghanistan and Turkey and plans to establish a presence all over the world as it continues to develop innovative solutions for global challenges. While the seed round has a timeline, interested investors will still be able to invest in the upcoming funding opportunities. Aseel plans to have other funding rounds in the future, but the seed round is a unique opportunity for early investors to be part of Aseel's growth story from the beginning. Investing in Aseel is not only an opportunity for potential financial returns but also a chance to contribute to a meaningful cause. As a company with a strong focus on humanitarian and social impact, Aseel's innovative solutions have the potential to transform industries and make a real difference in people's lives.
If you invest in Aseel as an Institutional Investor, you become a shareholder in the company while as a Non-Dilutive supporter, you have the opportunity to develop and execute your impact-focused project with Aseel leadership. As a shareholder, you have the potential to earn a return on your investment through dividends or by selling your shares at a higher price than you paid for them at later rounds or when Aseel becomes a public company. As an individual supporter , you will get the opportunity to become a VIP member of Aseel, including perks such as discounted rates and priority access to Aseel events but you do not receive equity or shares in the company.
Just remember that investing in a startup and early stage business carries significant risks, including illiquidity, lack of dividends, loss of your investment and dilution. The majority of startups fail or do not deliver shareholders a return on their investment. Liquidity, or the ability to cash in your investment, is limited as it often relies on the company being sold. Such investments in start up and early stage companies are long-term investments. Dividend payments are rare and the likelihood of an investor's percentage shareholding being diluted by future fundraising is high. We welcome everyone to invest, but please note that local regulations apply. Please check the applicable laws of your country. If you are unsure, we strongly recommend you to seek independent legal advice. Aseel shall not be liable for any loss caused to you as a result of your failure to comply with the applicable local laws. Investment in Aseel should be highly driven by the impact that Aseel makes as its primary return on investment.
Aseel's investment opportunities are open to various groups, including Aseel advisors, accredited investors, institutional investors, and potentially non-accredited investors. Additionally, non-dilutive support, foundations, and grants are also considered potential options for investment with Aseel. Individual supporters have the opportunity to support Aseel but they do not receive equity or shares in the company, unlike the other opportunities. Accredited investors typically have a higher net worth or income than non-accredited investors, which allows them to invest in private securities offerings. Institutional investors may include entities such as venture capital funds, pension funds, endowments, or hedge funds.
To become an investor in Aseel, you will typically need to fill in one of the options provided at You may also need to provide proof of accreditation or meet other eligibility requirements. For this seed round we offer three different options for investing. To become an Individual Supporter, you can directly contribute to Aseel and support us purely based on the impact that we make (no equity/shares of Aseel are given to individual supporters). For investments under Non-Dilutive Supporter and Institutional Investor tier you have the opportunity to schedule a meeting with a member of the leadership team to speak with them and learn more about Aseel and your investment.

Community Supporters: Aseel is not issuing any equity/shares or getting into a contract with community supporters who support Aseel. Community supporters receive perks because of the individual donations from our community. Aseel needs its community to stay strong and provide services to them. Perks are provided in the introductory page of

Non-Dilutive Support (Minimum Check Size: $50,000): These supporters can take the form of cooperative agreements, grants, and other instruments of non-dilutive funding. Aseel has previously demonstrated proficiency in managing service contracts, engaging in research and development collaborations, and securing grants. Through a co-creation process with potential investors, Aseel will work together to establish success metrics that align with its goals and objectives. By leveraging its experience and remaining open to diverse funding opportunities, Aseel aims to ensure a well-rounded and sustainable financing approach for its growth and development.

Venture Capital Investors/Institutional Investors (Minimum Check Size: $250,000): Convertible Notes, SAFE and based on discussion options will be pursued that can finance the Aseel seed round.

Individual supporters can support Aseel with any amount. However, under Non-Dilutive support the minimum check size is $50,000. For institutional investors, the minimum check size is $250,000
There may be fees associated with investing in Aseel, such as transaction fees or management fees. The specific fees will depend on the seed round and the terms of the offering. It's advised to carefully review the offering documents and to consult with a financial advisor before investing.
The countries where investors can participate in Aseel's investment opportunities may vary depending on relevant securities laws and regulations. Aseel is a registered company in the United States, meaning (at the time of writing) that investors from Iran, North Korea, Sudan, Syria, Crimea and Cuba are prohibited to invest in a US private company. It's important to review the offering documents and consult with a financial advisor to determine if you are eligible to invest in Aseel.
Depending on the seed round and the applicable securities laws and regulations, you may need to provide documentation to verify your identity or your status as an accredited investor. This could include documents such as identity confirmation, tax returns, or bank statements.
If you're interested in investing in Aseel as an institutional investor or non-dilutive supporter, you should schedule a call, review the offering documents carefully. You can schedule a meeting with us and you will typically need to complete an application process and provide any necessary documentation. After your investment is accepted, you will typically receive confirmation of your investment and instructions on how to transfer the funds. If you want to just financially contribute with no financial return, rather than invest, please consider becoming an Individual Supporter and starting a campaign to support us whereby you will receive specific perks, but not receive equity or shares in Aseel.
As an institutional investor in Aseel, yes, you will receive shares of ownership in the company commensurate with the amount of your investment. According to the investment amount and the type of investment, you and our leadership team will have the chance to discuss your equity in Aseel. Under Non-Dilutive support, you have the opportunity to develop and execute your impact-focused project with Aseel leadership. As an individual supporter we welcome your contribution to our cause; however, you will not receive equity in Aseel but enjoy different perks and benefits such as becoming a VIP member of Aseel.
Our Seed round funding requirements are designed to ensure that we can achieve our goals while also providing opportunities for interested investors to participate. There is not a minimum amount associated with our individual supporters to whom no equity/shares are assigned. Our Non-Dilutive supporters can invest a minimum of $50,000 and our institutional investors can invest a minimum of $250.000. However, we are open to discussing potential variations in investment amounts on a case-by-case basis.
The funds raised in the seed round will be used to fuel the growth of Aseel's innovative technology and expand our reach within the market. We have a clear plan in place for how these funds will be allocated, and we're confident that they will enable us to take our product development and customer engagement to the next level. With the support of our investors, we are excited to continue driving progress and achieving our goals. Aseel has a five years plan that will be executed by the team with the funding received in the Seed round and beyond.
Institutional Investors are able to invest in Aseel until the 30th of June 2023, and Non-dilutive Support closes on August 31st, 2023. Individual Supporters will be allowed to contribute until December 31st, 2023. As soon as the seed round is complete, we will implement our plans for growth and development and communicate with the new investors of the company.
Once the seed round has closed, we will no longer accept investments. However, we will have additional offerings for different investment rounds in the future. So, if you are interested but missed the opportunity to invest in our Seed round, please feel free to reach out to so we can keep you informed for our upcoming investment rounds.

Interested investors can learn more about our seed round and investment opportunities by visiting our website or contacting our team directly. We would be happy to provide more information and discuss potential investment options. There is also an opportunity to book a meeting through for Non-Dilutive Supporters and Institutional Investors to meet with our CEO or member of the leadership team. Please, check out the links to schedule a meeting with us.

Yes, as we continue to grow and expand our offerings, we will start additional funding rounds in the future to support our goals and vision
We measure the success of our seed round by a number of factors, including the amount raised, the level of investor interest and engagement, and our ability to achieve our planned goals and milestones with the funds raised.
Aseel's market opportunity is in the global handmade market, which represents a massive over $500 billion market size and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 11.9% from 2020 to 2027. Despite a significant portion of handmade items coming from underdeveloped and developing economies, many digital platforms that enable buying and selling of handmade goods are primarily geared toward consumers in developed countries. Aseel's innovative double-sided marketplace platform connects buyers and sellers in the global handmade market, with a strong focus on underdeveloped and developing economies. With its Sell Good feature, artisans and small businesses in these economies can list and sell their products, and Aseel's commitment to sustainability and ethical production further differentiates it from competitors. Meanwhile, Aseel Do Good initiative is primarily focused on crisis response and humanitarian aid. According to OCHA, there are currently 168 million people worldwide in need of humanitarian assistance and protection. Aseel Do Good works with local partners to provide essential supplies and rebuild infrastructure, and is well-positioned to take advantage of the growing demand for humanitarian aid and crisis response services. By leveraging its expertise in crisis response and network of local organizations, Aseel Do Good can provide critical assistance to communities in need, while also helping to promote sustainable development and long-term recovery.
Investors can get in touch with Aseel's team by visiting our website or contacting us directly through our designated Calendly link under the appropriate investment option for you. We welcome all inquiries and look forward to connecting with potential investors who share our vision and mission. Please, also feel free to write us an email through for any of your inquiries.

It’s important you know that investing in start-ups and early-stage businesses involves risks, including illiquidity, lack of dividends, loss of investment and dilution, and it should be done only as part of a diversified portfolio.

Risk Warning: Investments of this nature carry risks to your capital and should be entered into as part of a diversified portfolio.