Update on ViktorTo ensure the successful management of Viktor's business, it is necessary to strengthen the greenhouses (rather weak frame) and to buy polyethylene film and seeds for sowing,
Viktor took the previous loan to build two greenhouses. Due to the increase in planting area, Viktor's income grew to almost double last season! Viktor built another greenhouse for the money he earned, and further changed the roof of his house (earlier it leaked). In addition, Viktor purchased a large trailer for his car to take products out for sale.
Viktor moved to Vodyanoye in 2009 and started farming from scratch. In the beginning he built one greenhouse, then another two, thus developing the business gradually. Now he owns a stable business, which brings him a permanent income.
Note: In the photo, we see Viktor with his son.
На заработанные деньги Виктор построил ище одну теплицу, а также поменял крышу в своем доме (раньше она протекала). Помимо этого Виктор приобрел большой прицеп для автомобиля, чтобы вывозить продукцию на продажу.
Виктор переехал в Водянное в 2009 году и начал заниматься фермерством с нуля. Вначале построии одну теплицу, потом еще две. Так понемногу развивался. Теперь имеет стабильный бизнес, который приносит ему постоянный доход.
Примечание: на фото Виктор вместе с своим сыном.
Previous Loan DetailsViktor is married and has two children. He lives in the town of Vodyanoye, where he owns two well-equipped greenhouses in which he grows vegetables for sale. He’s been in this business for six years. He currently has 30,000 Grivnyas in working capital, and plans to spend about 15,000-20,000 of them… More from Viktor's previous loan »
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