Las Rositas De Laderas De Chillon Group
Florencia, 41, is married and has a daughter. She has her own business, a variety store with her daughter's name, Bazar Alexandra. She sells all types of things there, such as gifts and clothing. She has had the business for 12 years and it's going very well for her. Her devoted customers are neighbors and friends who come to buy from her. She goes to a lot of trouble to treat and serve them well so she can keep her clientele. Thanks to her income she can help her family, especially her daughter, because her biggest dream is to see her become a professional.
She will use the loan she has requested to improve her business by buying merchandise for her store. She's happy about continuing with her business and would like to expand it in the future.
Florencia is grateful for your help!
*Florencia is wearing a black polo shirt.
Florencia de 41 años es casada y tiene una hija. Ella tiene su propio negocio un bazar con el nombre de su hija “BAZAR ALEXANDRA” allí vende toda clase de artículos como regalos y ropa, son 12 años que tiene el negocio y le va muy bien, sus asiduos clientes son vecinos del lugar y amigos quienes acuden a comprarle. Ella se esmera en brindarle buen trato y atención para poder mantener su clientela, por otro lado también para algunas personas, gracias a sus ingresos puede ayudar a su familia sobre todo a su hija ya que su mayor sueño es verla convertida en una profesional, el préstamo que ha solicitado lo utilizara para mejorar su negocio con la compra de mercadería para su bazar. Ella está feliz por continuar con su negocio y en un futuro le gustaría ampliarlo.
¡Florencia agradece su apoyo!
*Florencia viste polo negro.
About EDAPROSPOEDAPROSPO seeks to use micro-credit to foster productive commercial activity for the sake of economic and social development within vulnerable urban and rural sectors traditionally neglected by commercial banks. By offering innovative products such as technical education loans and microfinance groups for young people, EDAPROSPO helps disadvantaged Peruvians lift themselves out of poverty.
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