Update on Jose GilbertoJosé is requesting a loan, as he considers these a very important resource for achieving growth in his business. He will buy a variety of footwear for children and adults, including sandals of various styles. This investment will give him growth in his market and his selection, so that he can meet customer demand.
With the previous loan, he succeeded in improving the quality of his store, and in improving the merchandise he offers customers. This has given him a better opportunity to generate income and attract new customers. He is motivated to continue working for the sake of his family's prosperity.
Con el préstamo anterior logró mejorar la calidad del negocio y mejorar también la mercadería a los clientes, esto le ha dado una mejor oportunidad para generar ingresos y para atraer nuevos clientes, él está motivado a seguir trabajando por la prosperidad en su familia.
Previous Loan DetailsJose resides in Jiquilisco, Usulutan department and he sells shoes. He lives with his family and his 3 children, aged 21, 18, and 14 respectively. Jose began selling shoes in the streets some 15 years ago, and he travels to the capital to buy his merchandise. Jose needs a loan to buy shoes a... More from Jose Gilberto's previous loan »
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