Compañeros De San Martin De Porres Group
Zonia, 52, lives with her three children, her husband and a granddaughter. Aiming at helping with family income, she decided to start a business of her own. She’s had an optician’s shop for 20 years where she sells a variety of items like sunglasses, made-to-order eyeglasses and contact lenses.
Sonia works in her store every day and in her free time sells beauty products which produce extra income. Her goal is to continue improving her business and loans are important for this purpose. On this occasion she will use it to buy accessories for eyeglasses.
She hopes to continue improving her optician’s shop to win over more customers. It makes Zonia happy to know that people from all over the world are supporting her in her business, especially the lenders she’s very grateful to. Zonia’s wearing a turquoise sweater.
Zonia de 52 años vive con sus 03 hijos, su esposo y una nieta. Con el fin de apoyar con los ingresos familiares decidió empezar un negocio propio, hace 20 años tiene una óptica donde vende variedad de productos como lentes de sol, anteojos a medida y lentes de contacto. Zonia trabaja en su tienda todos los días, en sus ratos libres dedica su tiempo a vender productos de belleza que es un ingreso adicional, su meta es seguir mejorando su negocio y sus préstamos son importantes para ese propósito, en esta oportunidad lo utilizara en la compra de accesorios para lentes; espera seguir mejorando su óptica y así captar más clientela.
Zonia se siente feliz por saber que muchas personas de todo el mundo la apoyan en su negocio. Sobretodo los inversionistas por quienes está muy agradecida.
Zonia viste chompa color turqueza.
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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