Beth Wanjiru has been offering tailoring services in Gatakaini in Thika town for 10 years. Her customers are mostly people who work in Thika town and also some of her neighbours, who are actually aware of her talent of dress making. Out of this business she earns a monthly profit of KES 5,400. Beth is a single mother of one child.
Beth has no history with any other MFI. She is applying for her third loan from KADET LTD. She intends to buy more stock of clothing materials for making the latest fashions for the festive season. Communities in Kenya treasure this Christmas time and treat it with better, new dresses. Beth believes this period is her highest peak season for her business.
She will plough profits back into the business for it to be stable and, in the future, she plans to buy a plot of land for herself and to educate her child.
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