Pequeños Empresarios Group
Update on Pequeños Empresarios GroupJuan is a member of the Pequeños Empresarios (Smallbusiness Owners) group. He is 28 years old, married, and has a 4-year old son. Currently he and his family live with his mother-in-law.
Juan owns a motorbike taxi and offers a taxi service. His work is hard as he works seven days a week. In order to earn more money he has gone into the motorbike spare parts business and has already had orders from his friends for various accessories and parts.
As Juan wishes to provide his family with more stability, he would like to put his business on a more solid footing. With the loan he is seeking he will be able to buy more spares. In the future he wants to open a store selling parts. He is grateful to the donors for this loan because it will help him realize his dreams.
In the photo Juan is wearing a black jacket and is third from the left.
El es Juan, uno de los miembros de la alcancía Pequeños Empresarios
Juan tiene 28 años está casado y tiene un hijo pequeño de 04 años, actualmente vive con su familia en casa de su suegra. Juan tiene una moto taxi y trabaja brindando transporte público, su trabajo es muy sacrificado porque le dedica todos los días de la semana, para lograr otros ingresos está incursionando en la venta de repuestos para motos y entre sus compañeros ya ha logrado captar algunos clientes que le hacen pedidos de diferentes accesorios y repuestos para moto taxi. Juan quiere darle estabilidad a su familia y para eso le gustaría tener un negocio más sólido, con el préstamo que ha solicitado podrá comprar más repuestos para su negocio, en el futuro desea abrir una tienda para dedicarse a este rubro. Juan está agradecido a todos los inversionistas por su préstamo, porque le ayuda a cumplir todos sus sueños.
Juan aparece en la foto vestido con casaca negra es el tercero de la izquierda.
Previous Loan DetailsGreetings from Peru! We introduce the group Pequeños Empresarios [Small Business Owners]. Rosa is one of the members. She is married and has 7 children, 5 of whom are grown while the youngest 2 remain in her care and are still in school. With the goal of supporting them she has different jobs.... More from Pequeños Empresarios Group's previous loan »
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Concurrent and Successive Loans
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