Emigdio De Jesus
Update on Emigdio De JesusEmigdio is seeking a new loan. His business has received positive attention, and these loans have helped him to improve his business. With this loan he plans to purchase pigs for his farm, which he will fatten so that he can resell them. His business strategy is to buy small pigs and fatten them, then put them up for sale so that he can make a profit.
With his previous loan he was able to make improvements to his business and have everything he needed in order to continue his operations. Recently his economic and family conditions have remained stable.
El préstamo anterior le permitió mejorar el negocio y tener lo necesario para continuar trabajando, hasta el momento sus condiciones económicas y familiares se han mantenido estables.
Previous Loan DetailsEmigdio lives with his mother and siblings. He’s single. He’s a farmer and raises livestock. This business arose thanks to his parents who taught him the occupation and supported him to move the business forward. He works every day, all day in the fields. He’s asking for a loan to buy farm... More from Emigdio De Jesus's previous loan »
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