Edith is 30 years old. She lives in her parents' house. She sells clothing in her home, which she started approximately 4 years ago with her own capital from savings. Presently, Edith has expanded her business with the sale of snackfoods. Edith already has experience in the business with which she has income to support her parents. She has a lot of customers who are from her area. Besides offering them good service, she offers them good prices, and that is why the customers return to her business. Edith's dream is to grow her business by starting to sell groceries. This will make her income increase and thus she will be able to help her parent rebuild their housing. She is asking for the loan to purchase merchandise.
Edith tiene 30 años de edad, vive en casa de sus padres. Ella se dedica a la venta de
ropa en su domicilio, la cual inicio aproximadamente hace 4 años, con capital propio
producto de ahorros. En la actualidad Edith ha incrementado su negocio con la venta de
golosinas, Edith ya posee experiencia en el negocio con el cual ella tiene ingresos
para apoyar a sus padres. Ella posee muchos clientes los cuales son de la zona
ella les brinda además de buen servicio buenos precios, por este motivo es que los
clientes regresan a su negocio, sus sueños de Edith son incrementar su negocio iniciar
la venta de abarrotes, ya que esto hará que sus ingresos se incrementen y así poder
ayudar a sus padres a reconstruir su vivienda. Solicita el crédito para la compra de
About Caja Rural Señor de Luren
Caja Rural Señor de Luren is a microfinance institution based in Ica in southern Peru that primarily promotes the development of the country’s agricultural sector through lending. Today, it also offers credit for consumers, microenterprises and housing improvements, and has expanded its financial services to promote micro-savings and provide micro-insurance. This institution has been instrumental in helping borrowers recover from the devastating earthquake in the Ica region in 2007, and works with Peru’s National Bank to reach some of the poorest and most remote microfinance clients in the country.