Update on CatalinaCatalina is requesting a loan to buy supplies for her business selling tortillas. She will buy corn, firewood and propane gas, which she needs to prepare the products to sell. Because she can buy with cash, she will be able to acquire these supplies at a lower price.
Catalina thinks that the previous loan helped her to buy corn, firewood and gas to make the tortillas. She also made sales of lotions and cosmetics to increase her income. Catalina has grown her business. She has hired 2 more people to help her to tend to her customers.
Ella considera que el préstamo anterior, le ayudo a comprar el maíz, leña y gas con los que ha estado fabricando las tortillas, tambien ha realizado ventas de lociones, cosméticos, para mejorar sus ingresos, ella ha crecido con su negocio, ha contratado dos personas mas para que le ayuden a atender los clientes.
Previous Loan DetailsCatalina is asking for a new loan to continue improving and growing in sales. Her purchase consists in necessary supplies like corn, firewood and gas that are what allows her to improve tortilla production for her customers. She believes that the previous loan made it possible for her to stay... More from Catalina's previous loan »
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