Update on Mauro AntonioMauro is 43 years old, married, and has four children. He lives in his own home, togethre with his spouse and children. His town is located 30 minutes from the district capital of Tambo Grande, near Las Lomas. He lives with only basic utilities such as electric light. Alongside his wife, Mauro operates a business selling chica, beer, and snacks from his own home where he serves guests on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. He has an established clientele from the area and from neighboring villages. Additionally, he works as a laborer on neighboring farmlands. His wife asists in all the business he does, and they have a good working relationship that will help the business grow. Mauro wishes to see his business grow, and for this reason he is applying for a loan of 1,500 nuevos soles with Edpyme Alternativa to purchase supplies for the preparation of his snacks, meals, and chicha, and also to purchase cases of beer. Mauro has a great desire to succeed and earnestly wishes to expand his business.
La actividad que desarrolla Mauro junto con su esposa, es la venta de chicha, cerveza, piqueos, en su propio domicilio, donde atiende los días viernes, sábados y domingos para lo cual ya tiene clientela establecida de la zona y caseríos aledaños. Además trabaja en parcelas aledañas como jornalero. Su conviviente lo apoya en todas sus actividades que realiza, existiendo buena relación familiar para seguir creciendo en su negocio.
Mauro anhela hacer crecer su negocio, es por eso que solicita crédito de S/. 1,500 en Edpyme Alternativa para la compra de insumos para la preparación de sus piqueos, comidas, compra de cajas de cervezas, compra de insumos para la elaboración de chicha de jora. Mauro tiene grandes deseos de superación y anhela fervientemente el crecimiento de su negocio.
Previous Loan DetailsMauro is forty-two years old. He lives in the district of Las Lomas in the province of Piura in northern Peru. It is a semi-tropical region largely populated by small farmers and ranchers. Specifically, many residents have small fruit plantations or raise animals. Mauro maintains a stable and... More from Mauro Antonio's previous loan »
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