Esther N., age 32, has operated a retail shop at Tala market for ten years. Tala is a well-populated area and so her business is doing well. She and her husband Alfred, age 41, have one nine-year-old son. Her retail shop business gives her a monthly profit of Kshs 10,000.
Esther was introduced to KADET Ltd by the credit officer in charge of the Tala office. With the loan she has applied for, she intends to increase her stocks of cooking fat, maize flour, wheat flour, sweets, and biscuits to offer for resale in her shop. If the loan boosts the business, she will add more stocks until she can grow the retail shop into a wholesale business.
In future, Esther wants to open a big wholesale shop and give her child a quality education. She describes herself as hard-working.
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