Adrian O. is a member of the communal bank named "Ebenezer". It was formed more than 5 years ago and it is made up of 8 members, all of whom are neighbors in the district of Agustino. The group is excited and perseverant with their individual businesses. The representative is Adrian O. who is 41 years old, married common-law, and he has two young children in his care. He works daily in the repair of musical instruments from his home, location where he has installed his shop. After repairing the instruments he sells them to his clients that had placed orders in advance. He will invest the current loan with the purchase of materials for the repair of musical instruments. In the future he would like to expand his business with the purchase of new musical instruments for later resale.
Adrian O. pertenece a la alcancía comunal Ebenezer conformada hace mas de 5 años y está integrada por 8 participantes, los cuales son todos vecinos y radican en el distrito del Agustino, un grupo con características de éxito y mucha perseverancia en el desempeño de sus negocios. Muestra de ello es el señor Adrian O. de 41 años de edad conviviente y con dos pequeños hijos a su cuidado. El diariamente se dedica a la reparación de instrumentos musicales que realiza en su casa ya que fue ahí donde instalo un pequeño taller, posterior a eso luego de repáralos los vende a personas que ya le avían hecho pedidos con anticipación. Con el presente préstamo lo invertirá en compra de materiales para reparación de instrumentos musicales. En el futuro le gustaría ampliar más su negocio con la compra de instrumentos musicales nuevos para su posterior venta.
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This is a Group Loan
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