Oswaldo, 40, is an informal clothing merchant in the towns. He lives in a neighborhood called “Esmeraldas Chiquita” (Little Emeralds) located around South Guayaquil’s estuary.
He started selling clothes in his own neighborhood to support his family but because he wanted to increase his income he started to travel to the towns to offer his clothes there. He sells blouses for $5.00, undershirts for $7.00 and dress sets for $10.00.
To continue in his work he wants to buy more merchandise like: blouses, undershirts and dresses. In the future he’d like to improve the construction of his house.
Oswaldo de 40 años, es vendedor informal de ropa en los pueblos, vive en un sector llamado “Esmeraldas Chiquita” ubicado alrededor del estero salado del Sur Guayaquil.
Para poder mantener a su familia el comenzó como vendedor de ropa en el sector donde vive pero como quería mas ingresos comenzó a viajar a los pueblos y promocionar la ropa. Las blusas las vende a $ 5.00, camisetas a $ 7.00, conjuntos de vestidos $ 10.00.
Para continuar con su negocio el quiere comprar mas mercadería como blusas, camisetas y vestidos. En el futuro el quiere construir mejor su casa.
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