Rosa began her business with the help of the government of Ecuador, as a result of aid known as the development bonus, she received funding to start her business. Thanks to the entrepreneurial aid given to her business and to her excellent administration of it, she has increased her capital and her sales are increasing daily as well.
At age 29, she feels satisfied to have been able to have such success in such a short time, and because of this, she continues to work every Monday through Sunday without resting, and on a firm schedule. In her business, she offers a great variety of products, like snacks, sweets, produce, rice, sugar, etc. which she plans to buy more of with her loan when it is given to her. In the future, she hopes to expand her location in Libertad with the help of her spouse and with what she is making from her business, she will achieve her goal in a short time.
Rosa empezó su negocio gracias a la ayuda del gobierno del Ecuador quien a través del una ayuda conocida como el bono de desarrollo recibió un capital para poder iniciar su negocio. Gracias al emprendimiento que tuvo con su tienda y su excelente administración de la misma ha incrementado su capital y sus ventas crecen día a día. A sus 29 años se siente satisfecha de haber conseguido muchos logros en poco tiempo es por eso que continua trabajando de lunes a domingo sin descanso y horario establecido. En su tienda ofrece gran variedad de productos como snacks, confiterías, víveres, arroz, azúcar etc., lo que va a comprar con el crédito cuando se lo otorguen. A futuro espera poder ampliar su local en Libertad, con la ayuda de su esposo y lo que reuniría de su negocio conseguirá su meta en poco tiempo.
About Banco D-MIRO
Banco D-MIRO is a microfinance institution that serves the most vulnerable sectors of Ecuador’s economy. It offers very small loan sizes without requiring collateral, expanding access to borrowers who would not otherwise be able to access capital to start and grow their own businesses. It also specifically targets borrowers who are excluded from formal financial systems due to race, ethnicity, gender, disability or illness.