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Marleni
Marleni is 38 years old and married to Constantin, age 49. Their loving household also includes their two children, Omar (age 11) and Karen (age 20). They all live in a home that is made of solid materials. With the drive to work and move forward, Marleni started her own business. She sells lubricants and other auto supplies of all brands. Marleni has been in business for the past eight years. She previously sold fuel, but she states that the use of natural gas for vehicles was just starting to expand throughout the country. This opened the door for a business that could generate good earnings. She shares the duties with her husband Constantin, who has always been a great help and a permanent fixture in assisting her with making the necessary arrangements.


A commercial wholesaler is currently in the middle of a promotion that is being offered to its customers. Those who purchase 100 cases of motor oil will receive a reduced price. Marleni does not want to miss out on this opportunity since it will help to maintain her business and keep it stocked for a prolonged length of time.


As part of her future growth, Marleni wants to open another shop that is dedicated to selling and delivering tires for all types of vehicles. She is very confident that she can achieve this goal through hard work and effort. Marleni has a clean credit history and will be receiving her 19th loan. She is a member of the Board of Directors for her Communal Bank. Marleni and the other Board members work together as a close-knit group and have great responsibilities with handling the payments.


With this loan of 2,000 PEN, Marleni will be able to complement her existing capital so that she can buy 1,000 cases of lubricants for different types of vehicles.

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Marleni de 38 años, esta casada con Constantin de 49 años, producto de un calido hogar tienen dos hijos, Omar de 11 años y Karen de 20. Juntos habitan en una vivienda hecha a base de material noble. Con el entusiasmo de trabajar y salir adelante inicio su propio negocio, que consiste en la venta de lubricantes y otros para vehículos de todas las marcas, actividad que lo realiza desde hace 8 años. Anteriormente se dedicaba a la venta de combustible pero al notar que el consumo de gas natural vehicular inicio su expansión en nuestro país orientó su camino hacia este negocio generándole buenas ganancias. Desempeña su labor conjuntamente con su esposo Constantin quien ha sido desde siempre una gran ayuda y cuya presencia es permanente permitiéndole a ella desempeñar las gestiones correspondientes.
Como parte de la compra comercial al por mayor que realizan cada cierto periodo se presentó una oferta especial por parte de sus proveedores mayoristas consistente en la distribución de 100 cajas de aceite lubricante a un precio módico, ocasión que como comerciante no puede desaprovechar ya que gracias a ello logrará mantener su negocio abastecido por un periodo prolongado.
Como parte del crecimiento desea a futuro aperturar otra tienda dedicada a la venta y distribución de llantas para todo tipo de vehículos, pues tiene la plena seguridad que con trabajo y esfuerzo será posible lograrlo. Tiene un limpio historial de crédito, siendo este su préstamo número 19. Es integrante de la junta directiva de su banco comunal desempeñando su labor de manera firme ya que considera a su grupo muy unido y con amplia responsabilidad de pago.
Con los 2,000 nuevos soles complementará su capital destinado a la compra de una oferta consistente en 1000 cajas de aceite lubricante para vehículos diversos.

About Peru

  • $12,000
    Average annual income
  • 126
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    Peru Loans Fundraising
  • $57,346,375
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 2.6
    Peru Nuevos Soles (PEN) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A loan of $775 helped Marleni to buy 1,000 cases of vehicle lubricants.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
11 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
Oct 25, 2012
Listed
Nov 16, 2012
Currency Exchange Loss:
Possible
Ended:
Aug 19, 2013