Update on Edith MaribelEdith is requesting a loan to buy basic staples for the store she currently manages. She will buy sugar, beans, rice, oil, snacks, beverages, toilet paper and other merchandise her customers are requesting. Her previous loan allowed her to increase inventory and sales. She also managed to improve profits and retain many customers. She’s motivated to continue working by means of these loans because she believes that she’s growing in the zone.
El préstamo anterior le permitió aumentar el inventario y las ventas, logró también mejorar sus ganancias y mantener la preferencia de muchos clientes, esta motivado a continuar trabajando a través de estos financiamientos ya que considera que crece en la zona.
Previous Loan DetailsEdith lives in El Triunfo, in the department of Usulután, where she lives with her husband and three children ages 18, 12, and 11/2 years. She is 35 years old and has a store that sells basic goods. She has run this business for 10 years in El Triumfo's municipal market Mondays through Sundays.... More from Edith Maribel's previous loan »
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