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Dalila
Dalila is a native of Managua and has a grocery store. She is married and has five children. She still takes care of her youngest child, who is 16 years old. She started her business in order to help support her husband. The lack of employment in the area was also a reason. She says that her grocery stores have helped her generate income rapidly and at the same time have allowed her to be closer to her children.

She says that she has begun to better understand her customers' needs. She is searching for better pricing options so that she will be able to sell her products at more accessible prices.

She wants to introduce a variety of very useful products that will make her stand out from the other stores. For example, she wishes to start selling books. Thus, she requires a loan in order to buy books, basic grains, and cleaning products.

This investment will help her to start selling books in her store, as well as to keep it more fully stocked so that she will not neglect the needs of her customers. Her goal is to dive the sale of books and expand her store, in which one will find anything from a knitting needle to a good book.
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Dalila, originaria de Managua se dedica atender una pulpería, casada, madre de 5 hijos, de los cuales ella mantiene a la menor que tiene 16 años de edad. Ella inicio su negocio por la necesidad de generar ingresos para apoyar a su esposo y además por la falta de empleo. Ella noto que las pulperías le ayudaban a generar ingresos más rápido al mismo tiempo que le permitía está más cerca de sus hijos. Ella dice que le ha abierto el camino a conocer un poco más las necesidades de sus clientes, buscar mejores opciones en precios para productos así poder vender más accesible a las personas. Ella desea introducir productos variados de mucha utilidad que le hagan un poco diferente de las pulperías es por ellos que desea vender literaturas. Por tal motivo está requiriendo el préstamo para comprar literaturas, granos básicos, productos de limpieza.
Esto inversión le ayudara a emprender su venta de libros, tener más surtido el negocio y no dejar de atender las necesidades de sus clientes. Su meta es lograr impulsar la venta de libros y ampliar su pulpería en donde encuentra desde una aguja hasta un buen libro.

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  • $3,636
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Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A loan of $1,275 helped Dalila to buy books, basic grains, and cleaning products.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
27 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
Sep 19, 2012
Listed
Sep 26, 2012
Currency Exchange Loss:
N/A
Ended:
Jan 18, 2014