With its Lula mobile sales station for prepaid vouchers, the South-African start-up Nomanini has developed a business model which focuses on giving the poorest access to vital services. The vouchers sold at these stations can be redeemed for electricity, water and phone call credits – exactly as much as they can afford, and all without a bank account or internet access. Using the Lula box, vouchers can be sold everywhere: on the street, in a minibus or on the market. Thanks to this “business in a box”, numerous micro-enterprises are created. A box costs 150 Euro and the salespersons receives a commission from Nomanini. The start-up earns money from the transaction fees charged per transaction.