Mario De Jesus
Update on Mario De JesusMario is 53 years old. He is from Estelí, and the father of three children, only one of whom is in his care, as the others are adults and live independently. He is a merchant by trade and sells basic staples. He also owns some mills.
He started his business with his own money, buying two mills at the age of 42. This was his first business, and he is supported by his life companion who helps him with the milling work. He used to raise livestock. He doesn't have other income, but says that the business is very good, as it has generated good earnings for him.
He is applying for the loan to buy staples such as corn, beans, rice and sugar. This will help him because he will be able to invest more in his business, with the objective of moving forward together with his family.
In the future he hopes to manage to buy a place where he can have his business, as this would reduce his expenses since he would stop paying rent. His near-term goal is to continue working in order to see his business grow, and also to keep educating his children so that they can study to be professionals.
Solicita el préstamo para la compra de granos básicos como maíz, frijoles, arroz, azúcar, el cual lo ayudara ya que podrá invertir mas en su negocio con el objetivo de salir adelante con su familia, como planes futuro espera llegar a comprar el lugar donde tiene el negocio ya que le disminuirían sus gastos pues dejaría de pagar alquiler, sus metas próximas es seguir trabajando para hacer que su negocio crezca y seguir preparando a sus hijos para que tengan estudios profesionales.
Previous Loan DetailsMario is 52 years old and a native of Concordia, Jinotega. He is married with three children. He has made a living for the past 10 years with his mill business and as a merchant. He was in his second year of high school but had to go get a job and couldn't continue his education since his parents… More from Mario De Jesus's previous loan »
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